Container startup time is the price of admission, but startup time is also an inhibitor for many serverless scenarios. Steve Lasker joins Lara Rubbelke to show how Project Teleport eliminates the download and decompression of layers by directly mounting expanded layers, potentially unlocking many new scenarios.Azure Container Registry Adds Teleportation blog postTeleport Preview sign-up formAzure Container Registry overviewAzure Container Registry docsCreate a free account (Azure)
As developers push intellectual property to registries, how will you secure and protect that IP? Additionally, how do you ensure that once those applications are deployed they properly running and in good shape? In this session we'll cover building container images, image scanning, signing and promotion across environments. Then we will look at the tools and knowledge you need to keep your containerized applications healthy and how to detect when something goes wrong.
What is it like to intern at Microsoft? Scott Hanselman meets with three interns from the Microsoft Explorer Program (a cross-discipline internship designed for college freshmen and sophomores) to talk about their experience working on the Azure Container Registry and their contribution of ACR Build and Task capabilities to the Visual Studio Code Docker Extension.Interns on this project:Jackson Stokes (University of Washington)Rutu Samai (California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obisbo)Esteban Rey (Stanford University)Julia Lieberman (University of California - Santa Clara)For more information:Explore Microsoft ProgramDocker Extension for Visual Studio CodeAutomate OS and framework patching with ACR Tasks (docs)Azure Container RegistryDocker Support for Visual Studio CodeWorking with Docker (Visual Studio Code docs)Create a free account (Azure)
Steve Lasker joins Scott Hanselman to talk about best practices for Docker image tagging, and the tradeoffs between stable and unique tagging techniques.Docker Tagging Best PracticesAzure Container RegistryACR TasksACR PresentationsKubernetes objects on Microsoft AzureACR Helm RepositoriesCreate a free account (Azure)
Curious about what's coming for container lifecycle management in Azure? To help you plan your roadmap, Steve Lasker and Scott Hanselman talk about the Azure Container Registry (ACR) roadmap, including updates for production security, reliability features, and developer security.Azure Container RegistryACR RoadmapACR TasksACR Helm RepositoriesACR Content TrustACR Auto PurgeContainer Quarantine PatternACR FeedbackACR UservoiceACR PresentationsCreate a free account (Azure)
Steve Lasker joins Scott Hanselman to talk about Azure Container Registry (ACR) Tasks and how you can build your container images in Azure for the three phases of development: pre-commit, team commits, and post-development for OS & Framework Patching.For more information:Azure Container Registry (ACR) overviewACR TasksACR PresentationsCreate a free account (Azure)
Join us to learn why containers are a paradigm shift to a modern DevOps workflow! Container isolation empowers developers and IT to collaborate effectively with clear boundaries of configuration and execution. In this session we show real-life examples, covering how to dockerize your web and API apps, how to run Windows-server based containers on Azure App Service, and how to perform container customizations for scenarios such as image generation, custom font installation, GAC assemblies, and calling native DLLs from your web apps. Learn how to get direct access into running containers to run PowerShell commands. If you want to achieve new levels of collaboration, you can’t miss this session!
Steve Lasker joins Lara Rubbelke to discuss ACR Build, a cloud-native container build solution enabling pre-check, git commit and base image update docker builds for OS and framework patching. For more information: Automate OS and framework patching with ACR Build (docs)Demo 42 sample (GitHub)Azure Container Registry (product info)Azure Container Registry (pricing)Azure Container Registry Roadmap (GitHub)Create a free account (Azure)
Containers are a way to wrap up an application into its own isolated box. This isolation empowers Developers and IT Operations to collaborate effectively as they have clear boundaries of configuration and execution. Come learn how adopting a container workflow and lifecycle management empowers change and stability from the first release. As a developer, you’ll see testing your build pipeline, before you commit your code and how the build pipeline is used for OS & Framework patching during and after active development. Come see how containers are a paradigm shift to a modern DevOps workflow, that will take some change, but empowers your company to new levels of collaboration. Also learn how to use Azure Container Registry (ACR) build to simplify container development and building by easily storing and managing container images for Azure deployments in a central registry.