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In one of the earlier posts, I have explained in details about the steps that need to be performed for running Docker containers in a Kubernetes cluster hosted in Azure. In that example, I used the default IIS image from Docker Hub for spinning up a new container in the cluster. In this post, I will show you how to containerize an ASP.NET Core MVC application using a private Docker registry and spin-off containers in a cluster hosted in Azure using Azure Container Service
You need to install both the CLI tools for Azure and Kubernetes in your local machine for these commands to work and needs an Azure subscription for deploying the cluster in Azure Container Service.
Step 1: Create a Kubernetes Cluster using Azure Container Service
The first step is to create the create the cluster in Azure, for that we will use the az
acscreate command available in Azure CLI. You need to provide a resource group and a name for the cluster. A resource group in Azure is like a virtual container that holds a collection of assets for easy monitoring, access control etc. The --generate-ssh-keys parameter will tell the command to create the public and private key files which can be used for connecting to the cluster.
az acs create --orchestrator-type kubernetes --resource-group TrainingInstanceRG1 --name TrainingCluster1 --generate-ssh-keys
Step 2: Get the credentials for the Kubernetes Cluster
Now we need to download the credentials to our local machine for accessing the cluster.
az acs kubernetes get-credentials --name TrainingCluster1 --resource-group TrainingInstanceRG1
When the command is executed it will download the key files to your local machine and by default, it will reside in a folder under user folder.
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