I'm new to the world of Docker and being from a Windows background I've not really had the opportunity to have a look, that is until Windows Server 2016 which has native support for Docker. Wahoo!
As Windows Server 2016 is now RTM I thought I'd go and have a play on Azure.
Unfortunately this is where I found that Azure doesn't (yet) have a RTM version of Server 2016:
As a result I decided to go for the Technical Preview 5 image and enable Docker myself.
Adding the Windows Feature was straight forward:
Then obviously as it is Windows it required a reboot.
I then ran:
I also added C:\ProgramFiles\Docker to my Path variable.
I then registered the service:
The started the service:
At this point I got an error:
Start-Service : Failed to start service 'Docker Engine (docker)'.At line:1 char:1+ Start-Service docker+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
After Googling I found that you can't use Windows Server 2016 TP 5, you need to use the fully fledged version of Windows Server 2016 (which isn't available in Azure).
This is stated on this page (under Pre-Reqs): https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-gb/virtualization/windowscontainers/quick_start/quick_start_windows_server
For fun I thought I would try and upgrade the Azure vm I was running but this didn't seem to work, leaving me with a dead vm.
Hopefully a RTM version of Windows Server 2016 will be on Azure soon.
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