Windows on Kube
NOTE: This is based on the gist https://gist.github.com/wsong/34beb37ebd5d22c1bf1266aaeea085d4. That gist was used to set up the Dockercon SF demo; this one is for Dockercon EU 2018.
The below instructions describe how to set up a cluster with one Linux manager and one Windows worker such that you can schedule Kubernetes pods with Windows images on the Windows worker.
These instructions are for a Windows Server 2019 node. You can create these nodes on Azure (as of November 27, 2018).
On Azure, I recommend VMs of size
D4s v3 or larger (4 CPUs, 16GB memory)