Windows Containers and .NET Framework applications: Migration

We previously looked at the basics of what is involved in bringing .NET Framework applications to Windows Containers. In this second post we are going to go a little deeper and look at migrating an application. We already know that we have some discreet requirements around the types of applications that can be migrated, so … Continue reading Windows Containers and .NET Framework applications: Migration

Understanding Azure’s Container PaaS Capabilities

If you've been using Azure over the past twelve months, you can't but have the feeling that it's become a bit like this... .. and you'd be right. To be fair, though, Containers have been one of the hot topics in computing in general and certainly one that's been getting the most interest in my … Continue reading Understanding Azure’s Container PaaS Capabilities

Continuous Deployment for Docker with Azure DevOps and Azure Container Registry

I've been watching with interest the growing maturity of Containers, and in particular their increasing penetration as a hosting and deployment artefact in Azure. While I've long believed them to be the next logical step for many developers, until recently they have had limited appeal to many every-day developers as the tooling hasn't been there, … Continue reading Continuous Deployment for Docker with Azure DevOps and Azure Container Registry