Public preview: Azure Arc enabled Azure Container Apps
Published date: 14 December, 2022
The cluster can be on-premises or hosted in a third-party cloud. This approach allows developers to take advantage of the features and developer productivity of Azure Container Apps. Meanwhile it allows IT Administrators to maintain corporate compliance by hosting the application in Hybrid environments.
Azure Container Apps allows developers to rapidly build and deploy microservices and containerized applications. Common uses of Azure Container Apps include, but are not limited to: API endpoints, background or event-driven processing, and running microservices. Applications can dynamically scale within the limits of the Arc-enabled Kubernetes cluster.
By deploying an Arc extension on the Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes cluster, IT administrators gain control of the underlying hardware and environment, while still enabling the high productivity of Azure PaaS services from within a hybrid environment.