Running containerized workloads on Azure

Using containers is rapidly becoming the new standard. Why? Because it is a great way to deploy workloads. They combine your application with the prerequisites into one package that will run on any server that supports the feature. But what exactly is a container and how does it work under the hood? And when you have created your container, where should you run it and how can you decide which platform to choose?
In this session I will start with an introduction to containers. Next, I will demonstrate some use cases to run containers in Azure; including Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), Service Fabric, Azure Container Instances and App Services, so you can choose the best platform for your own situation.

Loek Duys

Cloud Architect & CTO @ Xpirit

Amsterdam, Netherlands

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