Created Azure app services web app without using any Docker registry integration. I want achieve below. 1] create, tag image on my Linux machine 2] deploy local Docker image to App services web app using below az webapp config container set –name springboot-docker-helloworld-app –resource-group SpringBoot –docker-custom-image-name org/dockerspringtboot-metinv:latest But it is not working. Is it possible ..
I have web application developed using the PHP and Laravel and trying to host in the Azure Web App for Containers service. I have integrated stackify logging functionality for the application and the server. I need to send additional parameters to the docker run command in the azure web app for containers, need to pass ..
My team is attempting to create an Azure App Service that uses Windows Docker Containers, using Terraform. I have tested the docker-basic example, from the Terraform GitHub project, to successfully create a Linux Docker App Service. Next, I used the Terraform documentation for the azurerm_app_service and azurerm_app_service_plan, to change the main.tf file to one that ..
When I was learning about Docker I was often told it’s the best practice to run technologies in separate containers. For example, if I need nginx and php-fpm for my project, I should create a docker-compose.yml file and run two separate containers. Now I’m learning about Azure App Services and I’m getting the impression it ..
I have an Azure App Service running my own docker image based on PHP (mcr.microsoft.com/appsvc/php:7.4-apache_20201229.1) Deploying to the service works and the website runs as expected (WEBSITES_ENABLE_APP_SERVICE_STORAGE : false) I want to be able to use persistent storage to save data from fails / web app restarts … I wanted to use the in-built persisted ..
I Created a azure App service running a docker container But Getting below error ERROR – Container for xxxx site xxxx is unhealthy, Stopping site. 2021-05-10T10:16:26.988Z INFO – Stopping site xxxx because it is not healthy. can some one help me on this issue Source: Docker..
I am deploying a docker image from ACR to windows based App Service using Azure DevOps release pipeline (with Azure Web App on Container Deploy task). But getting the error as "Error: Failed to patch App Service ” configuration. Error: BadRequest – The parameter DOCKER_REGISTRY_SERVER_URL has an invalid value. Unexpected error when connecting to the ..
I have an Azure App Service running my own docker image based on node:14-alpine. Deploying to the service works and the website runs as expected. I want to be able to share a few files between the containers, I had previously been using an Azure FileStorage account mapped as a docker volume, this worked however ..
I have an option to use one of the four app services available in Azure portal created under one subscription (in same resource group). I have created a Azure DevOps release pipeline with "Azure Web App for Containers" task (as I have to deploy docker based dotnet application which has the option to set image ..
I have a docker-compose.yml file which is created from a build step in Azure Devops. The build step works well and I can see how the docker-compose.yml file is produced. That makes sense to me. However, it is looking for a normal docker image to run one of the services and the other service is ..