Azure provides a lot of options to run containers in the cloud, each with their own features, pricing and complexity. You can run containers (such as Docker) on Azure in Azure Container Service, Azure Container Instances, Azure Service Fabric and Web App for Containers. This page gathers resources about all the container services of Azure and how to deploy and manage containers with these services.
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Below we have compiled publicly available sources from around the world that present views on Containers on Azure.

Key Topics

Perspectives on Containers on Azure

Specific Technologies

Azure Container Service

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Azure Container Instances

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Azure Service Fabric

Further Reading

  • Azure Container ServiceAzure Container Service (ACS) provided by Azure helps to simplify the management of Docker clusters for running containerized applications. ACS supports 3 Orchestrators: DC/OS with Marathon, Docker Swarm, and Kubernetes. This page gathers resources about how to deploy an orchestrator cluster in Azure Container Service.
  • Azure Container Instances - ACIAzure Container Instances makes it easy to create and manage containers in Azure, without having to provision virtual machines or adopt a higher-level service. This page gathers resources about the advantages of Azure Container Instances, including tutorials and examples.
  • Kubernetes on AzureWith Kubernetes exploding in popularity worldwide, it’s no surprise that Kubernetes usage on Azure has grown more than 10x over the last year. This page gathers resources on how to create, run and monitor Kubernetes applications on Azure.

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