Windows Containers And Loopback

Andrew Pruski notes an improvement with the April 2018 Windows update:

The April 2018 update for Windows brought a few cool things but the best one (imho) is that now we can now connect to Windows containers locally using ‘localhost’ and the port specified upon container runtime.

Let’s have a look at how this works.

Click through for a walkthrough.

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