Azure Container Instances allows you to rapidly deploy a simple containerized solution, with ease.
Within this beginner hands-on lab, we’ll use the Azure Portal to deploy a publicly available container image, using Azure Container Instances.
You’ve recently been employed as a cloud administration, and have been asked to perform a proof of concept using Azure Container Instances.
In order to perform this proof of concept, you will need to:
* Create an Azure Container Instance using an NGINX container image
* Ensure that the image is publicly accessible
* Connect to the container and confirm it is accessible and working
Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives:
- Create a Container Instance
- Use a publicly available image of NGINX
- Use 1 VCPU and 0.5 GiB of memory
- Use public networking, with a unique DNS name label (e.g., labcontainer001)
- Test your Container
- Use the FQDN or public IP address from the Overview page.
- Open a new browser tab, and connect to the container.
- You should see the NGINX start page.