SQL Server In Windows Containers

Perry Skountrianos talks about Windows Containers and running SQL Server in one:

We are currently working on testing and publishing SQL Server Container Images that could speed up the process of getting started with SQL Server in Windows Containers significantly. Stay tuned for an update!

Windows getting into the Docker world is interesting.

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