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Using Windows Clusters on Kubernetes for Legacy .NET Applications

Supporting legacy applications—much less figuring out how to containerize them—is not high on anyone’s list. Everyone has old infrastructure hosting even older apps, and is asked to “get it in a container.” With the introduction of Windows clusters in Kubernetes, we’re given a straightforward way of accomplishing this that results in very little tech debt.

In this hour-long online class, we’ll set the following goals:

● Make no code changes during the move.
● Run the app in a true Windows container.
● Show step-by-step how it can be accomplished.

We look forward to you joining us.
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