Windows Special Interest Group
Focuses on supporting Windows Server Containers for Kubernetes.
- Regular SIG Meeting: Tuesdays at 12:30 Eastern Standard Time (EST) (weekly). Convert to your timezone.
The Chairs of the SIG run operations and processes governing the SIG.
The below teams can be mentioned on issues and PRs in order to get attention from the right people. Note that the links to display team membership will only work if you are a member of the org.
The google groups contain the archive of Github team notifications. Mentioning a team on Github will CC its group. Monitor these for Github activity if you are not a member of the team.
|Team Name||Details||Google Groups||Description|
|@kubernetes/sig-windows-bugs||link||link||Bug Triage and Troubleshooting|
If you're looking for information on building and running containers on Windows, you can get started at http://aka.ms/windowscontainers .
Kubernetes 1.9 includes beta support for Windows Server containers and has an up-to-date Getting Started Guide for Windows .
Some additional guides are available, but may refer to older releases:
- Using host gateway networking: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/windowscontainers/kubernetes/getting-started-kubernetes-windows
- Using OVN as demonstrated at Google Cloud Next '17: https://github.com/apprenda/kubernetes-ovn-heterogeneous-cluster
We're currently using a public Trello board in the weekly SIG-Windows meeting to track items with active progress for each release. That's a great place to start to get the most up-to-date status, then feel free to join us on the Slack channel anytime with questions.
As always, you can also find the active list of open issues and proposals Open Code Issues and PRs for SIG/Windows on GitHub.
We also have an API tracking document that we're building out to track areas where the APIs may not be implemented or need to change for Windows.
Past meetings are in the Recorded Meetings Playlist on Youtube