In this tutorial, we are going to see how to create a Docker Image for an ASP.Net MVC4 application. We will containerize the created image, run it locally and test it. For hosting an ASP.Net MVC4 application we need IIS, so we need a Windows Container (IIS doesn’t run on Linux container). To work with Windows Containers, we need either Windows 10 (Anniversary update) or Windows Server 2016. We are going to use Windows Server 2016 Datacenter VM running in Azure as our development environment.
JumpStart # 52 – Getting started with Docker on Azure Windows Server 2016 Datacenter–With Containers Virtual Machine
In this jumpstart, we are going to see how to create a Docker enabled development environment using Windows Virtual Machine running in Azure. Typically when we create a Windows 10 VM and try to install Docker on it, it will fail with error Unable to write to the database. Exit code: 1. Docker staff confirmed that Docker for Windows is not expected to work in Azure VM or any other VM’s guest environment, unless the host/guest combo supports nested virtualization.
Continuous Integration and Deployment of ASP.Net Core 1.0 Docker Image to Azure Ubuntu Virtual Machine using GitHub and Docker Cloud
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to get continuous integration and continuous deployment of a Docker image created for ASP.Net Core 1.0 Application to an Azure Ubuntu Virtual Machine. We are going to use GitHub as version control repository where our application code along with Docker file resides. We will use Docker Cloud to automatically build images on every code push to the GitHub repository. Finally we will configure Docker cloud to build the latest image and deploy the Docker container to an Azure Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to deploy a Docker image created with ASP.Net Core 1.0 Application to an Ubuntu Virtual Machine created in Microsoft Azure Cloud. Docker helps us in creating packages for our application into standard images. These Docker images are ready to be deployed on Docker Containers and can run on any environment.
In this tutorial, we are going to see how to create and deploy a Docker Image for an ASP.Net Core 1.0 Application. At the end of this tutorial we are going to deploy the Docker image to Azure Linux Web App. Docker helps us in creating packages for our application into standard images. These Docker images are ready to be deployed on Docker Containers and can run on any environment. A Docker Image is a read-only template with instructions for creating a Docker container. A Docker Container is the execution environment and it is created from a Docker image.