Unfortunately the new Windows 10 version of Jupyter is just too new for me to have a definitive answer for how stable it could be. I have installed it, and frankly I’m still working on getting it to integrate with my 11.1.5 server – I have some network issues with ports being blocked by Windows Firewall and an anti-virus software.
The architecture is that of Docker running in a Hyper-V VM on the Windows 10 platform. Since W10 isn’t a server architecture one has to be logged in for Docker to be running.
My initial impressions (subject to change without notice 😊) is that this could be a good platform on which to test out Jupyter and determine how I might apply that capability in my enterprise, I’d rather go to production on a bona fide server platform, even if it has to be Linux.