NanoServer and Containers with Jason Helmick

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Lots of news around NanoServer - what's it all mean? Richard chats with Jason Helmick about NanoServer - but first, a quick discussion around a comment from a listener on the ongoing evolution of PowerShell. This ties nicely into the broader topic of Microsoft getting opinionated about how NanoServer should be used, which is to say, designed for containers. Jason talks about containers being light-weight virtual machines with configuration-as-code at their core. Microsoft is picking containers as a key approach to delivering services, does it make sense for you to jump aboard?

Jason is a 25-year IT veteran and author at Pluralsight. He’s an avid supporter of the PowerShell community as board member and CFO/COO of PowerShell.Org and a Windows PowerShell MVP. He is the author of "Windows PowerShell:TFM" and “Learn Windows IIS in a Month of Lunches” along with contributing author to “PowerShell Deep Dives”. Jason focuses on automation and configuration management for IIS and MS Exchange and has co-authored several PowerShell, MS Exchange and IIS related discussions on the Microsoft Virtual Academy.

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