I’d love to see an example of using Docker to build a Windows container rather than Linux containers. Since we are using Docker for Windows it makes sense that we would be using Docker to run Windows instances - otherwise why not just run Docker on Linux?
I’m sure this gets a little complicated - due to Microsoft’s software being proprietary - but it is hard to really feel how Docker for Windows will enhance productivity unless one sets up a Windows container. Right?
I plan on doing this myself - but it would be really helpful to have a guide and some best practices…especially if you want to give folks an easy way to test real use cases.