Container Fundamentals | Part 3 - Shared Folders

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In this episode on the Containers Channel, we're continuing our series on Container Fundamentals.  Following on from part 2, Matt McSpirit, Technical Evangelist, and Neil Peterson, Senior Content Developer, walk through shared folders in depth. Neil delivers a comprehensive end to end demo that walks you through how to configure and use shared folders with Windows Server Containers, along with a practical example.

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      1. What was used for HTTP load balancing

      2. How do you make shared folder part of ContainerImage to avoid remapping it each time new Container is created?

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      My apps are on my local machine. I edit the .rdp file to allow sharing of files from my c:. I remote into windows server 2016 TP4 which is hosted in AZURE. I expect to be able to open a file explorer but powershell does not recognize 'explorer .' as a command =[ how do I get my app from my local machine inside of the windows server 2016 that is hosted in azure. all i want to do is get my api into a microsoft/node container image!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! please help. X[

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      Can we please get source code / blog of examples used.  The examples in this series is very practical to prove a point and also very simple. 

      But I don't know how the load balancer was created , how the app was setup etc.... it would be grate to have a way to replicate the demos shown hear.

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