In this video, learn about the lifecycle of a containerized application. Learn how to write, build, and run applications containerized in Docker.
- [Man] Let's have a look at the life cycle … of a containerized application in Docker. … We start off with a Dockerfile. … A Dockerfile is like source code for Docker images. … After we have written our Dockerfile, … we build it. … A Dockerfile is built using the Docker Build command. … The result of the build, is a Docker image. … Which represents our application. … It contains everything needed for our … application to run. … We can shift the container image anywhere … where Docker is installed. … Now we can finally run the application using Docker run. … A Dockerfile is composed from a Base image. … There are dozens of official images available … from Docker Hub, a repository of Docker images. … It's a good idea to use one of the … official base images. … So that you have the latest updates … and security configurations taken care for. … Dockerfile is built in the context of the folder … in the file system, … where the Dockerfile is located. … A Dockerfile has all of the instructions for building …
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- 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