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Effective March 1, 2019, the resource GUIDs for Azure Container Instances Memory Duration and vCPU Duration will change.
Learn about updates made to the Azure portal for January 2019.
ACI now allows developers to choose GPU enabled containers. GPUs are ideal for compute and graphics-intensive workloads. This enables developers to run intensive jobs required for machine learning.
Azure Container Instances supports Linux and Windows container groups in Canada Central.
With Virtual Network support, Azure Container Instances now supports deploying containers to new or existing Azure virtual networks. Azure Container Instances containers can have secure communication with other resources, such as Azure Kubernetes Service clusters, residing in the same virtual network.
Azure Container Instances announces the public preview of managed identity support in all Container Instances regions.
Target availability: October, 2018
Azure Container Instances supports Linux and Windows containers in two new regions: Central India (Pune) and South Central US (Texas).
You can now provision Linux containers into new or existing virtual networks with Azure Container Instances. This support is in preview for Linux in two regions: West US and West Europe.
Azure Container Instances is available in three new regions. This change is in addition to new Azure CLI updates and moving to GA pricing.
Azure Container Instances enables multiple features in the newest API release, such as YAML support for deployment/export via AZ CLI 2.0, Log Analytics integration, secure environment variables, and liveness probes.
Azure Container Instances offers an on-demand compute service delivering rapid deployment of containers with no virtual machine management and elastic cloud scale.
Container Instances is now available in the West US, West US 2, East US, West Europe, North Europe, and Southeast Asia regions. Starting July 1, 2018, the global GUIDs will be split out into regional GUIDs.
Azure Container Instances is generally available, with a decreased price, an improved Azure portal experience, new features, and expanded regions.
Recent updates for Azure Container Instances include DNS name label support, streaming logs, and setting restart policies.