Join Tiberiu Covaci for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding Docker architecture, part of Deploying ASP.NET Applications.
- [Instructor] Now let's talk about Docker…and what it is.…Docker tries to solve a very simple problem.…It works on my machine.…Sometimes you have a situation…when everything looks very nice…and your machine is running without any issues,…but once you try to deploy to production…it stops working.…So what is Docker?…It's an application…or a set of applications including some tools…that makes it very easy to create applications…that run inside of a container.…
Now Docker is made of three different parts.…One part is called the Registry.…The registry is one big database…that contains a lot of images.…An image is nothing more than just a pre-configured…operating system with all the services on top of that,…including the application that it is supposed to run.…Now the second part of Docker is the Docker host.…The Docker host has a component called the Docker daemon.…
The daemon is an application…that runs behind the curtains…and it gets images and creates containers…based on images.…So an image is a blueprint of a certain application…
- 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
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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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