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Azure Container Apps

There is a new container service available on Azure: Azure Container Apps. This is a totally managed serverless container service. Meaning you can run microservices in containers without the need to manage the infrastructure. This is particularly beneficial for deploying microservices during development or for a simple system with fewer microservices.

This adds to the other container offerings from Azure:

  • Azure Kubernetes Service
  • Azure Functions
  • Azure App Service
  • Azure Container Instances
  • Azure Spring Cloud
  • Azure Red Hat OpenShift

If you are unsure of which container service is right for you, Microsoft has a handy comparison sheet ready.

You can find out more about Azure Container Apps here or check out the complete documentation.

Post Terms: Azure | Containers | serverless

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