In the third post in his blog series on Docker, Premier Developer consultant Monu Bambroo illustrates how to deploy IIS based applications to Service Fabric using containers.
One of the value propositions of using containers with Service Fabric is that you can now deploy IIS based applications to the SF cluster. In this blog post, we will see how to leverage Docker containers to deploy IIS apps to Service Fabric. I will skip the image creation and publish to the Docker hub in this blog. Please reference my earlier blog to learn more about creating and pushing images.
For this blog, I will be using an already pushed IIS image to the Docker Hub. The application image uses microsoft/iis as a base image.
Let’s get started.
Read the rest on Monu’s blog here.