If you’ve been using Azure over the past twelve months, you can’t but have the feeling that it’s become a bit like this…
.. and you’d be right.
To be fair, though, Containers have been one of the hot topics in computing in general and certainly one that’s been getting the most interest in my recent Azure Open Source Roadshows.
One thing that has struck me though is that people are not clear on the purpose of all the services in Azure that have ‘Containers’ listed as a capability, so in this post I am going to try and review the Azure Platform-as-a-Service offerings that have Container capabilities and cover what the services can be used for.
First, before we begin, let’s quickly get some fundamentals under our belts.
What is a Container?
Containers provide encapsulation and isolation for workloads and remove the need for a complete Operating System image…
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