Paolo Salvatori (Principal PM in AzureCAT) does crazy things on GitHub. And now we've extended his work to release two new eBooks: one focuses on Service Fabric and the other on Azure Container Service.
These eBooks were written by Paolo and edited by Nanette Ray and RoAnn Corbisier. Anna Forse was our Content Manager, and I was the Publisher. We hope you gain value from the details and depth, including robust supporting code samples!
|.|| 1. Build and deploy a multi-container application in Azure Service Fabric
This guide shows how to create a sample multi-container application using ASP.NET Core and Docker and deploy it on an Azure Service Fabric cluster. The code is included on GitHub. Service Fabric is a distributed systems platform that makes it easy to package, deploy, and manage scalable and reliable microservices and containers. Authored by Paolo Salvatori from the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT), this guide discusses both Windows and Linux scenarios for the Service Fabric cluster and various deployment options for the Docker images.
|.|| 2. Build and deploy a multi-container application in Azure Container Service
In this guide, Paolo Salvatori from the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT) demonstrates how to create a multi-container application using ASP.NET Core and Docker, then deploy it. The application adopts a microservices architecture. This guide shows you how to deploy the application in two ways—either to an Azure Container Service–Kubernetes (ACS–Kubernetes) cluster on Linux, or to an Azure Container Service with Managed Kubernetes (AKS) cluster. In each of these scenarios, the cluster can pull images from either Docker Hub or Azure Container Registry. These alternatives are described and sample configuration files are provided on GitHub.
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