Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Create the base Docker image, part of Deploying ASP.NET Applications.
- [Instructor] What can do now…is to start command prompt again, cmd,…and run a docker command called docker build.…So first we need to move D cd deploy to the right folder,…and from here we need to run docker build…minus t, so I will tag that and I will call it hplussports.…The name of the image would be hplussports,…and then I would specify which folder includes the docker…file, and it is the current folder.…
I'm pressing enter, and now it will start building that.…It will look if there is microsoft asp.net, and because…I already have it, it doesn't have to download it,…but it creates an instance of it.…Now, once the instance is running, it runs powershell…command, to remove all the inetpub dot dot dot root files,…once that is done it creates different image,…so it creates a new image actually out of that one,…and when that one is done it creates a new image…that has the working directory to inetpub root,…and then last but not least it's copying everything…from folder deployment into the inetpub dot dot dot root…
- Choosing a deployment strategy
- Installing IIS manually and automatically with PowerShell
- Deploying to IIS with Visual Studio
- Deploying to Azure
- Deploying to Docker
Skill Level Intermediate
ASP.NET MVC: HTTP Request Life Cyclewith Janan Siam2h 15m Advanced
1. Deployment Strategies
Choose a deployment strategy2m 47s
2. Preparing IIS Environment
3. Deploying to IIS
4. Deploy to Azure
5. Deploy to Docker
Next steps1m 45s
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