Windows Server containers in AKS now generally available
Published date: April 28, 2020
Windows Server containers in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) are now generally available. Many customers are looking to adopt Kubernetes and AKS as their primary compute platform and have existing Windows applications that they’d like to manage using the same tools and processes. Take advantage of this new feature to run Linux and Windows workloads side-by-side in a single cluster using the same tools. Create/upgrade/scale Windows node pools in AKS through the standard tools (portal/CLI) and Azure will help manage the health of the cluster.