“I have to work with Cloud Native Apps, but I don’t want to learn about kubernetes, OpenShift, ….”
Azure Container Apps is the solution to that problem
Azure Container Apps is a new player in the Azure containers ecosystem, launched in 2022, it is a managed serverless container service which offers an ideal platform for application developers who want to run microservices in containers without managing infrastructure.
Behind the scenes, every container app runs on Azure Kubernetes Service, with KEDA, Dapr, and Envoy baked in.
Distinctive features of Container Apps over other container solutions in Azure include:
Optimized for running general purpose containers, especially for applications that span many microservices deployed in containers.
Powered by Kubernetes and open-source technologies likeDapr, KEDA, andenvoy.
Environment: Individual container apps are deployed to a single Container Apps environment, which acts as a secure boundary around groups of container apps
Revisions: Azure Container Apps implements container app versioning by creating revisions. A revision is an immutable snapshot of a container app version.
Support foundation for deploying microservices featuring:
Independent scaling, versioning, and upgrades
Native Dapr integration
Support for external (public endpoint), internal (no public endpoint) and custom VNETs
Easy Auth built-in
Azure Container Apps provides several built-in observability features that together give you a holistic view of your container app’s health throughout its application lifecycle: Log Streaming, Container console and fully integration with Azure Monitor.
Application lifecycle management based in revisions:
So, if you don’t need to access Kubernetes API and you are working in Cloud Native Apps, Azure Container Apps is your service in Azure.
And if you don’t know what you want, you can always find the Azure service that you need:
Cloud Architect at Keepler: "I do things in Azure. The most important thing in my life is my family and friends. I like the beach, the countryside, a good meeting with friends, doing some sport and technology."
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