Azure Container Registry is a service that enables version control and build management for containerized applications. In this video, learn how the ACR service and list its key functionality.
- [Instructor] Azure Container Registry … is a service for storing and distributing … and managing container images. … Azure Container Registry … is based on the open source Docker registry. … You have unknowingly already used Docker registry … in the form of Docker hub. … Docker hub is a public container registry as a service … while Azure Container Registry … is a private managed service provided by Microsoft … providing similar functionality. … You can think of the container registry … as version control for container images. … A developer pushes container images to container registry … and an administrator pulls those images from the registry. … The container registry takes care … of versioning of the images … and helps manage the versions with tags. … Container registry is a fundamental building block … for enabling distribution of container images. … Rather than uploading container images … to servers directly from a development environment, … we often instrument our continuous deployment tools …
Learn more about the AZ-400 exam at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/learn/certifications/exams/az-400.
- Building and running Dockerfiles
- Mounting data volumes
- Creating an Azure Container Registry
- Running apps from ACR
- Deploying ACR apps in ACI
- Creating AKS clusters
- Deploying apps to AKS