Build-Containerize-Deploy Web App to Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)

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Build an web application in .Net Core (or anything). Then containerize it. Move this image to a container registry say Azure Container Registry (ACR). Then using this Container image deploy a public facing website in AKS. It is demo only session needs some basic understanding of Web Application, Container and Kubernetes. However I will try my best to explain them while deploying.


Wriju Ghosh

Developer who loves Azure

Wriju works for Microsoft. He is a proud developer who build few applications in Azure and have been learning it ever since it's inception.

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