I’ve been watching with interest the growing maturity of Containers, and in particular their increasing penetration as a hosting and deployment artefact in Azure. While I’ve long believed them to be the next logical step for many developers, until recently they have had limited appeal to many every-day developers as the tooling hasn’t been there, particularly in the Microsoft ecosystem.
Starting with Visual Studio 2015, and with the support of Docker for Windows I started to see this stack as viable for many.
In my current engagement we are starting on new features and decided that we’d look to ASP.Net Core 2.0 to deliver our REST services and host them in Docker containers running in Azure’s Web App for Containers offering. We’re heavy uses of Visual Studio Team Services and given Microsoft’s focus on Docker we didn’t see that there would be any blockers.
Our flow at high level is…
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