I am trying to deploy a machine learning model through an ACI (Azure Container Instances) service. I am working in Python and I followed the following code (from the official documentation : https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/machine-learning/how-to-deploy-and-where?tabs=azcli) : The entry script file is the following (score.py): import os import dill import joblib def init(): global model # Get the ..
Context I am using Azure File Share to sync my media files in the app service every time a container starts. The reason I am using File Share and not Blob storage is because there is no write access (only read access) provided by Azure for Blob storage feature, more info on that here. Moreover ..
I have a Dockerized App running on the Azure App Service environment. That App runs with configurations (Application Settings) from Environment Variables. I have all the Application Settings set which are available as Env Variable within Docker. I want to know if we change Application settings will it restart the underlying docker container? So that ..
We have some Dapr Actors running on an AKS cluster and a ASP.NET Core Based REST Api running on Azure App Service. Is it possible to call an actor method of an actor in the AKS cluster from our REST Api running on Azure App Service without dapr Sidecar available? Is it possible / required ..
I’m new to Azure Deployment & DevOps, This time I’m doing a small project to create a NestJS API with Azure App Service, using a customized docker image. Everything was deployed well with the right connection credentials environment variable to the database. However, when I tried to replace these environment variable with config.service.ts const PORT ..
I built a react app and I created a docker file that uses the nginx image. I can build and run the docker container locally and it serves up my react app sucessfully. However when I try and deploy this to azure app service it is failing for some reason. In the logs in logstream ..
I’ve created a Node 14 Web app on Azure. For Publish, I chose Code (not Container). Then I’ve changed the default container image with az webapp config container set. Question, how can I revert that to the default image (which was NODE|14-lts)? Running az webapp config container set –docker-custom-image-name 14-lts resets it to DOCKER|14-lts, which ..
Given the required steps like the following, What the highlighted copy is for? Why it is necessary? Source: Dockerfile..
I have a Web App running in Azure inside a docker container. However, I am unable to access the application. Here is the log from "Deployment Center": docker run -d -p 8349:80 –name app-my-web-app_0_bca7f103 -e PORT=80 -e WEBSITES_ENABLE_APP_SERVICE_STORAGE=false -e WEBSITES_PORT=80 -e WEBSITE_SITE_NAME=app-my-web-app -e WEBSITE_AUTH_ENABLED=False -e WEBSITE_ROLE_INSTANCE_ID=0 -e WEBSITE_HOSTNAME=app-my-web-app.azurewebsites.net -e WEBSITE_INSTANCE_ID=0a7710206f1bf4cc0f990b30fe5398a5e19747081c3fc5a2f68d99d5f89c7df1 mywebapp.azurecr.io/mywebapp:latest 2021-09-23T13:19:11.654Z INFO – Logging ..
Docker is usually supposed to be run as a non-root user for production applications. My understanding is that this is because having root access in the container also gives you root access on the server. Does the same apply when deploying through Azure’s app service? I don’t understand the difference between having a root user ..