Authors: Jay Vyas (Tesla), Amim Knabben (Broadcom), and Tatenda Zifudzi (AWS) Since Windows support graduated to stable with Kubernetes 1.14 in 2019, the capability to run Windows workloads has been much appreciated by the end user community.The level of and availability of Windows workload support has consistently been a major differentiator for Kubernetes distributions used by large enterprises.However, with more Windows workloads being migrated to Kubernetes and new Windows features being continuously released, it became challenging to test Windows worker nodes in an effective and standardized way. The Kubernetes

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