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LG docker image for Windows

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As we have docker for windows10/server 2016, Do we have support for dockerized load generator in windows machine in performance center 12.56? or is there any way we can run multiple instances of LG agents in windows machine? 

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Hello,

Windows Docker is not not supported yet. We are working on that and hope to support it in one of the future versions.

Windows Docker is running without a desktop and as a result UI level protocols are not supported on it yet and also it is not easily integrated with Kubernetes, which is the Docker orchestrator Performance Center supports. 

Once the two aspects above will be addressed we will release it publicly, even with partial protocols support.

 

Regards,

Shlomi

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Hello,

Windows Docker is not not supported yet. We are working on that and hope to support it in one of the future versions.

Windows Docker is running without a desktop and as a result UI level protocols are not supported on it yet and also it is not easily integrated with Kubernetes, which is the Docker orchestrator Performance Center supports. 

Once the two aspects above will be addressed we will release it publicly, even with partial protocols support.

 

Regards,

Shlomi

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