You can take any Windows Server container, develop it up, make sure it's working as expected, and then convert it to a Hyper-V container.
So, if you are developer and you are building an application, you can package it and deploy it as Windows Server container in a test environment probably, and then convert it to a Hyper-V container and run it in a more isolated environment. In this case, you don't have to change your application.
In the following example, we will demonstrate how to convert a Windows Server container to a Hyper-V container running on top of a Nano Server container host:
- To find out what runtime or isolation technology you are using for those containers, you can ...