In this two part series, we are going to discuss general networking architecture, the types of network created by default, and how to create your own custom networks in Windows Container environments. In today’s post I will focus on the NAT configuration.
Containers are certainly one of the hottest topics today. This year, Microsoft partnered with Docker to bring the Docker platform to Windows Server 2016 by introducing Windows/Hyper-V containers as well as native Docker engine support. That’s a huge step for overall container technology to push them through to production in enterprise organizations.