If you have hundreds of containers deployed in your environment, managing each container without a centralized tool can be painful. Luckily, you can use native tools, such as Docker CLI and Windows PowerShell, or a third-party GUI tool to manage Windows and Hyper-V containers.
The initial development of any technology doesn’t often include many management options. The developer typically provides only the necessary tools — via a command line — to manage every aspect of the technology and then provides APIs for vendors to design additional management platforms. When it comes to managing Windows or Hyper-V containers, you can use the Docker command-line interface, PowerShell, RunHCS, and similar command line and GUI tools.
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