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Join our beta program to unlock the benefits of Kubernetes for Windows-based applications

Containerize and run Windows applications on upstream Kubernetes for maximum portability

Manage traditional and modern applications with the same stack, regardless of the underlying operating system

Provide developers with the flexibility to code in any framework while maintaining operational control

MODERNIZE YOUR APPLICATIONS

STANDARDIZE OPERATIONS

GIVE DEVELOPERS FREEDOM OF CHOICE

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Because we now employ VMware Enterprise PKS, we can deliver our environments to the agile teams in a matter of hours as opposed to weeks, and that’s huge in terms of time savings.

Ramon Lewis

Assistant General Manager of Infrastructure and Operations, National Commercial Bank Jamaica

Why run your Windows-based applications on Kubernetes with VMware Enterprise PKS? 

With the release of upstream Kubernetes 1.14, you can now schedule Windows-based applications on Kubernetes.

Join our beta program to be among the first to test out this new feature and start planning your Windows container strategy on VMware Enterprise PKS. 

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Additional Resources

WATCH THE DEMO

Check out this demo which shows you how to add Windows worker nodes to Kubernetes 1.14.

Read this paper to learn more about Windows container support on Kubernetes and the benefits it brings to enterprises.

READ THE WHITEPAPER

Kubernetes Now Supports Windows Containers

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