What is Azure Web App for Containers?
It gives you a way to abstract any underlying container orchestrator such as Kubernetes or Service Fabric. It is a pure PaaS service. It runs a single container and it can run multi-container apps using Docker compose.
Azure Web App for Containers is a tool in the Platform as a Service category of a tech stack.
Azure Web App for Containers's Features
- Easily deploy and run containerized applications that scale with your business
- Use a fully-managed platform to perform infrastructure maintenance
- Take advantage of built-in auto scaling and load balancing
- Streamline CI/CD with Docker Hub, Azure Container Registry, and GitHub
Azure Web App for Containers Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to Azure Web App for Containers?
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