Enterprises see the benefit in using containerized applications to run their mission-critical workloads, but most IT organizations are not standardized on a single infrastructure stack. These heterogeneous environments often carry both Windows and Linux platforms, siloing applications and making it difficult for a business to modernize and scale their operations. The ideal world for customers is a singular container orchestration fabric that supports the two leading commercial operating systems in customer datacenters. Starting with OpenShift 4.4, you can now run a Windows node and deploy Windows containers, side-by-side, with you Linux containers.
This video demonstrates how to install a Windows node on AWS. It also goes over deploying a Windows container workload to the newly added node.
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