Windocks has built a good business serving Windows SQL Server container support, which is unaffected by Microsoft's discontinuation of their official Windows SQL Server containers. Novartis, American Family Insurance, John Hancock, and scores of others rely on Windocks for SQL Server containers with database virtualization. Database virtualization or cloning delivers multi-database and multi-terabyte environments in seconds (similar to Red Gate DB cloning), to containers, Kubernetes, and conventional instances. I invite anyone to visit Windocks and give our software a free, supported trial. Over 90% of people who evaluate Windocks elect to become customers, so you're likely to be pleased with what you find.
This coming Monday (July 12th) we release Linux based database virtualization. Linux support combines database virtualization for Oracle, Postgres, and MySQL, and NoSQL data, for delivery to Docker containers, Kubernetes, and conventional instances . . . just as we do for Windows. The two systems share a management plane and API service, creating a distributed cross platform, versioned, DevOps data repo.