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Introduction to Azure Container Apps

Containers are increasingly becoming the preferred way to package, deploy, and manage cloud applications and Microsoft Azure offers many options to work with containers. For example, you can use the Azure Container Registry to store and manage your private container images. Azure Container Instances or Azure App Services can be used to run isolated containers. Azure Kubernetes Service is a great option for more complex…




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