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The containerization technology has been around for some years, but it only came to the forefront when a company called Docker released their toolset which is also called Docker. Just like what shipping containers did to the logistics industry, docker revolutionized the way which we shipped software. Along with the tooling, they also created a public registry called Docker Hub to store the images created using the toolset. It's free and open to all, but in some case such as enterprises building their own proprietary software doesn't want to keep it in a public domain. So to avoid this Docker supports private registries also and it can reside in on-premises servers or in the cloud. In this post, I am going to show how can we create a private registry in Azure, Microsoft's cloud platform and then to use it for pushing and pulling images from it.
- An Azure Subscription
- Somewhat familiarity in Azure
- Beginner level knowledge in using Docker
I have already written an article about creating an image and a container based on it using Docker, please feel free to refer it if want to get a quick refresher.
In this post, I will be using the Azure Cloud Shell which is available on the portal to run all the commands. If you are hearing it for the first time, please refer the official documentation here. It basically gives a browser-based shell experience and supports both Bash and PowerShell. You can also the portal or Azure CLI for the same.
- Cloud Computing and Azure Overview
- Azure Architecture
- Azure Management Portal
- Services and Tools Needed
- Create and debug Azure Application
- Deploy application in Azure
- Lunch Break
- Moving ASP.NET application to Azure
- Moving SQL Express database to Azure
- SQL Windows Azure App Fabric Cache