This is a part 2 on our series on Building Cloud Native Apps on Azure. In our previous lab we explore how to manage/deploy container to azure using azure app service after the initial setup of building a docker image locally and finally pushes to azure container registry inside an azure we also see how to create a webhook inside a azure app service for devops work flow. Every time you push a new image to a azure container registry, azure app service detect that and deploy the new version of your app made that available to end user with so little stress for you, that's insanely cool and insanely powerful with azure. But this labs pre-requisite are you have to know the azure constructs very well plus you have some familiarity with containers. That's a challenge dev/ops people facing in production a lot. Because Azure/Containers have a steep learning curve and quiet a scary thing to adapt for a lot of beginners/intermediate dev/ops engineers. Wouldn't it be nice if I just know how to build the images and run the containers locally with docker and let the docker deploy it for me in the azure. Yes you can how we are exploring that in glory details in our upcoming session happening on this Thursday. Mark your calendar.
Grabbing the core concept of Azure and Containers ?
Understanding Azure Container Instances ?
Understanding the essence of microservices and cloud native apps ?
Understanding the pre-requisite to follow along with the session ?
Setting up the lab environment ?
Running the Python app locally using node ?
Deploying the demo app to azure using just and just Docker CLI ?
What to next with docker and azure ? Setting up primer on Azure Kubernetes Service Workshop ?
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