Getting Started with Containerinstance - Manage Container Instance Zero To One And One To Many Using Container Service Orchestrator - in Java
Azure Container Instance sample for managing container instances. - Create an Azure Container Registry to be used for holding private Docker container images - If a local Docker engine cannot be found, create a Linux virtual machine that will host a Docker engine to be used for this sample - Use Docker Java to create a Docker client that will push/pull an image to/from Azure Container Registry - Pull a test image from the public Docker repo (tomcat:8) to be used as a sample for pushing/pulling to/from an Azure Container Registry - Create an Azure container group with a container instance using the container image that was pushed to the container registry created above - Test that the container app can be reached via "curl" like HTTP GET calls - Retrieve container log content - Create a SSH private/public key to be used when creating a container service - Create an Azure Container Service with Kubernetes orchestration - Log in via the SSH client and download the Kubernetes config - Create a Kubernetes client using the Kubernetes config file downloaded from one of the virtual machine managers - Create a Kubernetes namespace - Create a Kubernetes secret of type "docker-registry" using the Azure Container Registry credentials from above - Create a Kubernetes replication controller using a container image from the Azure private registry from above and a load balancer service that will expose the app to the world
Running this Sample
To run this sample:
Set the environment variable
AZURE_AUTH_LOCATION with the full path for an auth file. See how to create an auth file.
git clone https://github.com/Azure-Samples/aci-java-scale-up-containers-using-acs.git cd aci-java-scale-up-containers-using-acs mvn clean compile exec:java
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