Adopting docker infrastructure in a primarily Windows enviorment

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Good afternoon, ​ I was wondering if anyone had any insight about adopting docker into a Windows environment, with a few Linux servers. ​ The main goal is to host an application using docker instead of dedicating a vm instance for this application. This application communicates with Windows file shares, to push and pull files from one location to the next. The MAIN goal is to limit the amount of effort to push updates out for this server, to easily manage and scale, if needed. But I am not sure how much of a pain that would be. The application is Linux based, so hosting it on docker would mean something like, using the same configuration on an instance. With that being said, how would docker handle the application features in a Windows environment? Any drawbacks from this idea? Should I even consider it? ​ Just curious. ​ Thank you! submitted by /u/kjones265 [link] [comments]

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