Get started with Windows Containers using Portainer and Traefik on an Azure VM

 
English Intermediate Containers

There are lots of services and offerings around containers out there, but if you want to user Windows as OS and have a look under the hood or more control over what happens, it becomes complicated quickly. In this session you will see how you can easily spin up a Windows VM on Azure with the Open-Source GUI container management tool Portainer and the reverse proxy Traefik preconfigured, so you can easily try out things

Speaker

Tobias Fenster

CTO at COSMO CONSULT, Microsoft RD & dual Microsoft MVP

Tobias Fenster started as a developer in the 1990s. Holding different positions including Head of Technical Consulting and Head of Development before becoming CTO for a Dynamics 365 BC ISV, Tobias is now the CTO for the COSMO CONSULT group. He is a Microsoft Regional Director and holds dual Microsoft MVP awards for Business Applications and Azure. He is blogging on tobiasfenster.io, where he writes about Business Applications, Docker and Windows Containers, but also tooling like Azure DevOps, Visual Studio Code and infrastructure automation. His other focus is Azure, mainly around container environments and SQL.

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