In my previous posts I was speaking about the journey to go from setting up a container and ultimately publishing it in a continuous fashion to a registry using VSTS.
You may have noticed that a lot of time has elapsed since my last post, and there are a couple of reasons for that.
First of all, the impediment of work, secondly, I noticed a trend where it became fairly popular to blog about the journey from where I ended off and I hung back and followed those for a while.
Instead of me going ahead and creating a bunch of posts to show how to publish your container and run it in production, I’m going to hand it off to a bunch of other capable people :-)
To delve deeper, or just for more information, these are all good reads:
- Windows finally came to the party with Windows based containers
- Introduction to Azure Container Service for Kubernetes
- Walk through on managing a Kubernetes container service on Azure
- Webcasts giving a good overview of the DevOps processes around leveraging containers
- Create a CI/CD pipeline for containerized ASP.NET Core projects
- Setting up CI/CD for Docker Container Running in Kubernetes using VSTS
- Running Web API using Docker and Kubernetes
- Team Yoman generator by Donovan Brown, that will create most of the infrastructure for you
- Continuous Deployment, Kubernetes to Azure Container Service
And if you are interested in a brief discussion on how to move to a microservices based architecture this is a good read : Modernizing a Monolithic Application using Microservices and Azure