Windows in Kubernetes
Kubernetes supports worker nodes running either Linux or Microsoft Windows.
The CNCF and its parent the Linux Foundation take a vendor-neutral approach towards compatibility. It is possible to join your Windows server as a worker node to a Kubernetes cluster.
You can install and set up kubectl on Windows no matter what operating system you use within your cluster.
If you are using Windows nodes, you can read:
- Networking On Windows
- Windows Storage In Kubernetes
- Resource Management for Windows Nodes
- Configure RunAsUserName for Windows Pods and Containers
- Create A Windows HostProcess Pod
- Configure Group Managed Service Accounts for Windows Pods and Containers
- Security For Windows Nodes
- Windows Debugging Tips
- Guide for Scheduling Windows Containers in Kubernetes
or, for an overview, read:
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