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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.
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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.
Azure CNI allows your containers to be part of an Azure Virtual Network and leverage the rich set of capabilities that a virtual network offers.
Learn about recent Batch updates for custom images, virtual networks, low-priority GA, and more.
We're extremely excited to announce a new Azure service that makes it even easier to deploy containers. The very first service of its kind in the cloud, Azure Container Instances is a new Azure service delivering containers with great simplicity and speed, and without any Virtual Machine infrastructure to manage.
We're excited to announce that you can now enable nested virtualization using the Dv3 and Ev3 virtual machine sizes.