Administer containers in Azure

Container Instances
Container Registry

Azure Container Instances are the quickest and easiest way to run containers in Azure. This learning path will teach you how to create and manage your containers, and how ACI can be used to provide elastic scale for Kubernetes.



Modules in this learning path

Describes the benefits of using Docker containers as a containerization platform. Discuss the infrastructure provided by the Docker platform.

Package a web app so that it can be deployed as a Docker image and run from an Azure Container Instance.

Azure Container Registry is a managed Docker registry service based on the open-source Docker Registry 2.0. Container Registry is private, hosted in Azure, and allows you to build, store, and manage images for all types of container deployments. Learn how to build and store container images with Azure Container Registry.

Learn how to run containerized apps using Docker containers with Azure Container Instances (ACI).

Create a Docker image and store it in a repository in Azure Container Registry. Use Azure App Service to deploy a web application based on the Docker image. Configure continuous deployment for the web app by using a webhook that monitors the Docker image for changes.

Determine the types of business problems that can be solved using Azure Kubernetes Service. Describe the benefits of container orchestration with features like deployment management, automatic updates, and self-healing.