Azure Container Apps is a serverless platform that enables developers to run their containerized workloads. Container Apps are ideal for developers who want to run their applications as if they were running them on Kubernetes, but don't want to manage the operations of the cluster. This simplifies the process of developing and deploying our containers to Azure. This session will be an hands-on session, where I'll start from creating our Container Apps environment with Bicep and deploying it to Azure via GitHub Actions. Then we'll build a container image and push it to Azure Container Registry and then pull the image from our Container Registry to our Container App using GitHub Actions By the end of the session, you'll know understand the key concepts of Azure Container Apps and how to manage and deploy your Container Apps.
I'm a Customer Engineer for Microsoft working in the Fast Track for Azure team. I'm passionate about Serverless and Container technologies and about helping developers build great things using these technologies. Away from my keyboard, I enjoy hiking and kayaking around the beautiful land of New Zealand
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