With this, you can now take an existing Windows application, containerize it using Docker, and run it as an isolated container on Windows. Microsoft supports two flavors of Windows containers: Windows Server and Hyper-V.
You can build Windows containers on either the microsoft/windowsservercore and microsoft/nanoserver base images. You can read more about Windows containers in the Microsoft Windows containers documentation.
Google Cloud provides container-optimized VM images that you can use to run containers on Compute Engine.