Accelerate your containerized application development without compromising security.
Save costs by lifting and shifting your existing applications to containers, and build microservices applications to deliver value to your users faster. Use end-to-end developer and CI/CD tools to develop, update, and deploy your containerized applications. Manage containers at scale with a fully managed Kubernetes container management and orchestration service that integrates with Azure Active Directory. Wherever you are in your app modernization journey, accelerate your containerized application development while meeting your security requirements.
Find the Azure service for your container needs
|If you want to||Use this|
|Deploy and scale containers on managed Kubernetes||Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)|
|Deploy and scale containers on managed Red Hat OpenShift||Azure Red Hat OpenShift|
|Build and deploy modern apps and microservices using serverless containers||Azure Container Apps|
|Execute event-driven, serverless code with an end-to-end development experience||Azure Functions|
|Run containerized web apps on Windows and Linux||Web App for Containers|
|Launch containers with hypervisor isolation||Azure Container Instances|
|Deploy and operate always-on, scalable, distributed apps||Azure Service Fabric|
|Build, store, secure, and replicate container images and artifacts||Azure Container Registry|
Customers are doing great things with Azure container products
Maersk uses cloud to spur development of containerized solutions built on Kubernetes
"We want to focus on using containers as a way to package and run our code in the cloud, not focus on the software required to construct and run the containers. Using Kubernetes on Azure satisfies our objectives for efficient software development."
Rasmus Hald, Head of Cloud Architecture
Nobel Prize website achieves unprecedented scale and flexibility with Linux
"With Linux on Azure App Service, we can be production ready without worrying about maintaining the infrastructure and can confidently autoscale our Nobel Prize site for high global traffic loads."
Hans Mehlin, Chief Technology Officer/Chief Information Officer