Published on August 2, 2017 by Microsoft

With Azure Container Instances, you can create containers in the cloud in seconds. In this video, Mark Whitby, Azure Cloud Solution Architect, demonstrates three scenarios: how to create a single container with an image pulled from Docker’s public repository; how to create a new Docker image and upload to a private Azure Container Registry and then deploy that image to a container instance; and how to set up the Azure Container Instances connector for Kubernetes to deploy Azure Container Instances using Azure Container Services and Kubernetes.

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leostack
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leostack
1 month 20 days ago

@Disappointed from London:I don’t believe they support vNet Integration at this time (ie. private Ips)

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FullStackPro
8 months 4 days ago

I definitely agree! For me, this is a throwaway and should be a remake! It’s very unprofessional! Who ever has the brains to follow along with what he’s saying probably doesn’t need to watch this video as that person already knows the process! 

MarTeezy
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MarTeezy
9 months 2 days ago

@Disappointed from London: Agreed. Even at 0.75 speed the lack of transitions is jarring. Very difficult to follow.

Disappointed from London
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Disappointed from London
9 months 12 days ago

This is terrible, why is Mark speaking like a robot as well as way too fast?It would be nice to get an introduction to terms and the technology. Why would/should I even consider/use containers? Is a public better than a private IP in this instance?

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