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Let's get Started with Containers on Azure

πŸ“Ί 018 - Erik St.Martin πŸŽ™οΈ Frank Boucher

So many are talking about containers and Docker. But why should we use them? In wish scenario could we prefer containers instead of Virtual Machine (VM) or Platform as a Service (PaaS)? In this episode Erik join Frank to demystify the containers and shows how to use them in Azure.

We will start by creating a very simple application, in this case it will be with Go but it's doesn't matter in this case. Then we will containerize it with Docker.

Once a light version of the application was available in a container Erik show us how to deploy it into Azure. We create a Azure Container Registry and then use it to deploy in Azure Container Instance and inside a webapp.

Useful Links

πŸ”— Automate container image builds in the cloud when you commit source code

πŸ”— Automate container image builds when a base image is updated in an Azure container registry

πŸ”— Quickstart: Deploy a container instance in Azure using the Azure CLI

πŸ”— How To Deploy Containers to Azure ACI using Docker CLI and Compose

πŸ”— Run a custom Docker image in App Service

πŸ”— Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

πŸ”— Create an ingress controller in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

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