Containers provide a lot of benefits for deployment and portability. In this video, learn how to decide if you want to deploy your solution using containers.
- If you're looking to deploy your code … in a very cross-platform way, … you should look into containers. … Previously in this course, we talked about how … a virtual machine was a guest operating system … that ran in a virtualized environment … on top of a physical machine. … Well, a container is another form of virtualization. … Instead of being the entire operating system, … the virtual environment of a container is limited … to the application and all of the necessary executables, … binary code libraries and configuration files. … The great thing about containers is portability. … You can download the doc or image from a repository, … and within minutes have the application … fully working on your local machine. … You can take that container image and deploy it … into a test environment too, and within minutes, … have the application working there as well. … And then you can take that same image, … and deploy it to a production environment. … You guessed it, within minutes, … you have it running in production. …
- Azure compute options
- Regions and availability zones
- Advantages of cloud computing
- Azure virtual machines
- Virtual machine scale sets
- Functions and logic apps
- Reserved instances and hybrid option
- Dev/Test licensing
- High-performance compute
Skill Level Advanced
Azure Administration: Manage Identitieswith Sharon Bennett1h 15m Intermediate
What you should know1m 46s
1. Azure Compute Basics
2. Computing Options
3. Managing Costs
4. High Performance Compute
5. Management Tools
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