After a bit of noise around the October release of Windows 10 the corresponding server release, Windows Server 2019, was also removed from the download sites Microsoft provides. Just last week it was finally re-released and made available on MSDN.
"Whatever. This is IT Pro stuff and I'm a dev…"
Well, it is true that a lot of the new features in Windows Server 2019 is more aimed at infrastructure than development. There are however still a few things that you might be interested in as a coder as well. For instance the Docker and container support has been greatly improved upon.
Bring up the publishing wizard and go for the container registry option (new one or existing):
Pushing the image will take a little bit of time since it's not as space optimized as the smallest .NET Core images.
Since this is a private repo you will need to authenticate on the server. You could install the Azure CLI on the server and use
az acr login
to integrate with Azure AD, or you can use docker login provided you enable
in the Azure Portal for the registry you're using.
Once you're logged in you can pull down the image and run it: