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Azure Container Instances documentation

Run Docker containers on-demand in a managed, serverless Azure environment. Azure Container Instances is a solution for any scenario that can operate in isolated containers, without orchestration. Run event-driven applications, quickly deploy from your container development pipelines, and run data processing and build jobs.

About Azure Container Instances

  • What is Azure Container Instances?
  • Container groups

Get started

  • Deploy container instance - CLI
  • Deploy container instance - Portal
  • Deploy container instance - ARM template
  • Deploy container instance - Docker CLI
  • Run Docker containers with Azure Container Instances

Create multi-container groups

  • Deploy container group - YAML
  • Deploy container group - ARM template
  • Deploy container group - Docker Compose

Deployment scenarios

How-to guide.

  • Connect to a virtual network
  • Configure restart policy
  • Set environment variables

Manage container apps

  • Stop and start containers
  • Update running containers
  • Share data between containers

Integrate with Azure

  • Deploy image from Azure Container Registry
  • Use managed identity
  • Mount an Azure file share

Deploy confidential container groups

  • Deploy a confidential container group - resource manager
  • Deploy a confidential container group - portal

IMAGES

  1. Deploy A Container Instance In Azure Using The Azure Portal

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  2. Azure Container Apps を使用したマイクロサービスのデプロイ

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  3. Tutorial for building Microservice Applications with Azure Container

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  4. How To Deploy Temporal to Azure Container Instances

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  5. Introduction to container groups

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  6. Azure container instance example

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VIDEO

  1. Secure network access to Container Apps

  2. Azure Kubernetes and Container Apps Made Easy

  3. Difference Between Azure Virtual Machine & Container Instances

  4. Azure Container Services 6: Azure Container Instances Groups & Docker Compose

  5. Azure Container Storage (Preview)

  6. CISCO HOW TO CREATE VLAN and port mapping

COMMENTS

  1. Specify a port range when creating a container instance

    Unfortunately it doesn't look like it's possible to open a port range in the traditional way. The documentation states: (for the az command). --ports. A list of ports to open. Space-separated list of ports. default value: [80] And for the yml reference. Port object. PORT OBJECT.

  2. Azure Container Instances documentation

    Azure Container Instances documentation. Run Docker containers on-demand in a managed, serverless Azure environment. Azure Container Instances is a solution for any scenario that can operate in isolated containers, without orchestration. Run event-driven applications, quickly deploy from your container development pipelines, and run data ...

  3. How to map ports in Azure Container Instances via Terraform?

    I have two containers in my container group on Azure using Azure Container Instances (ACI), one (container A) exposing ports 80 and 443 to the internet (reverse proxy), the other one (container B) also running on port 80. How do I map container B's port 80 to a different port, say 8080, so that the two containers don't collide with ports on ...