Episode 232: Azure Container Instances
In this episode Chris Risner and Noel Bundick are joined by Sean McKenna, Product Manager in the Azure Compute Team focused on Azure Container Instances. Azure Container Instances is a new service from Azure which makes it very easy to spin up containers in the Azure cloud. Primary features of ACI include no VM management, per-second billing, user defined resource (CPU and Memory), and image deployment from DockerHub and Azure Container Registry. Using the ACI Connector for Kubernetes, you're even able to use ACI as a place to deploy containers as part of your Kubernetes orchestration.
Links from the show:
- [00:46] - Introductions to Azure Container Instances
- [05:14] - ACI Connector for Kubernetes
- [09:04] - Deploying to ACI via Azure Cloud Shell
- [17:34] - Using the ACI Connector for Kubernetes
- Azure Container Instances Connector for Kubernetes on GitHub
- Announcing Azure Container Instances
- GitHub repo for filing issues with ACI
- ACI Tutorials
- ACI on User Voice
- Running Minecraft on ACI
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