Azure Container Instance is a full service for hosting containerized applications without the need to manage infrastructure. In this video, learn about the service and its key functionality.
- [Narrator] Azure Container Instances is … a fully managed service by Azure. … Providing container hosting on demand. … While Container Instances provide some of the basic … capabilities of container orchestrators, … ACI should not be considered as a lightweight … container orchestrator though. … Rather, ACI can be used to compliment the use … of container orchestrators in the cloud. … For example, virtual notes in Azure Kubernetes service … use Azuer Container Instance for fast, on demand capacity. … Azure Container Instance comes with a full set … of features and interfaces to native Azure capabilities. … First, applications hosted in Azure Container Instance … cannot be deployed to Azure virtual networks, … and integrated with on premises networks … using side to side VPN. … Azure Container Instance is also more flexible … in the deployment footprint than deploying applications … to virtual machines directly. … While Azure virtual machines require you to pick from … a list of predetermined sizes, …
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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