Terms like container and Docker, unknown to Microsoft programmers until now, have recently become essential in technical discussions about the development, distribution, and management of our applications. Containers can solve some of programmers' everyday problems, but a challenge with them is managing their lifecycles and the communication among them. So we need to choose a container technology, with Docker being the most commonly used, and an orchestrator, with Kubernetes being the best choice today. In Using .NET Core, Docker, and Kubernetes Succinctly, Michele Aponte will walk you through using Docker and Kubernetes with a .NET Core example application.
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Table of Contents
ASP.NET and Docker Together
Create Your Application with Docker
Deploy Your Application on Kubernetes
Deploy the Database
Using .NET Core, Docker, and Kubernetes Succinctly
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