Microsoft is hard at work making Docker a first-class citizen on Windows. It has already integrated Docker more closely with Windows’ internals and made Docker’s CLI run well. Now, the company is providing a first, early peek at a PowerShell module for the Docker Engine on Windows.
The project follows guidelines laid down by the Docker Remote API and uses the Docker Engine REST interface to execute commands. In other words, there’s no magic or unorthodox extension of Docker; it interfaces with the Docker Engine in precisely the same manner as the native client.
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