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Deploy a Container to Azure Container Instances
For this lab, we'll perform a basic container deployment to Azure Container Instances. You'll deploy a container, verify it exists, and then remove it from Azure to ensure you know how to perform these basic operations with ease.
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Deploy an Azure Container Instance (Azure Portal)
For this task, deploy one Azure container within Azure Container Instances using the Quickstart images provided by Microsoft and the Azure portal.
You'll need to do the following:
- Name your container.
- Use the "Hello World" Quickstart image.
- Set your container resources as small as you can go (1 GB).
- Give your container a unique DNS name. When testing the FQDN, use
Stop and Delete Your Containers
To complete this objective, stop your container. Once stopped, perform a delete operation and then close out the lab.
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