NAV and Business Central Docker images now available for Windows Server 2019

Update 2021/2/10: Microsoft stopped creating images for Docker in the summer of 2020. We now publish artifacts, which can be used to spin up containers and BcContainerHelper has replaced NavContainerHelper. This blog post reflects the old way of using NAV/BC on Docker and references NavContainerHelper, which is outdated.

As of today, all NAV and Business Central Docker images are available for Windows Server 2019 as well as for Windows Server 2016!

It doesn’t sound like a big deal, but believe me, it is…:-) Continue reading

Windows Server 2019 and SQL Server 2017

Update 2021/2/10: Microsoft stopped creating images for Docker in the summer of 2020. We now publish artifacts, which can be used to spin up containers and BcContainerHelper has replaced NavContainerHelper. This blog post reflects the old way of using NAV/BC on Docker and references NavContainerHelper, which is outdated.

Windows Server 2019 (1809) finally shipped (again) and with that we have a new LTSC (Long Term Servicing Channel). This means that we will begin creating images for Windows Server 2019 as soon as our infrastructure is ready for that. Continue reading

Windows 10 and Docker Images for Business Central / NAV

Update 2021/2/10: Microsoft stopped creating images for Docker in the summer of 2020. We now publish artifacts, which can be used to spin up containers and BcContainerHelper has replaced NavContainerHelper. This blog post reflects the old way of using NAV/BC on Docker and references NavContainerHelper, which is outdated.

It feels like a lot more, but actually it is only about one year ago, we started shipping NAV Container Images on Docker.

Business Central Containers followed shortly after and today a lot of our partners are using Docker and our images for spinning up NAV and Business Central containers to do their daily work. Continue reading

1709 and NAV on Docker

Update 2021/2/10: Microsoft stopped creating images for Docker in the summer of 2020. We now publish artifacts, which can be used to spin up containers and BcContainerHelper has replaced NavContainerHelper. This blog post reflects the old way of using NAV/BC on Docker and references NavContainerHelper, which is outdated.

As of yesterday evening Windows Server version 1709 (with and without Containers) is available on Azure:

I thought it would be a good idea to describe how this relates to the NAV on Docker images recently published on the Docker Hub. Continue reading