I wonder given there is markup here, maybe we could consider adopt MarkDown to avoid the re wheel stuff?
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Just done my test run of Docker on Azure following Ross's tutorial here:
(This link is not easy to find).
I've got a question though: apparently Docker is a great tool to deploy everything Linux, what if we want similar experience to deploy ASP.NET, Windows Service, WCF etc.?
Is there plan to let Windows support Operating System Level Virtualisation something LXC can do? If not, why?
Here is the cake (^)
1, So StorSimple is a device? What is stopping the team to make it work as a driver or service on Windows 7/8/Server 2012 so we can mount an Azure drive for backup?
2, What about Azure storage price? Is it still the same even backup could be very cold? i.e. There is no new offer on cheaper cold storage?
3, Regarding TBs data over WAN, except the mentioned de-duplication, no other new stuff on offer right?