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Publish Docker Images to Azure Container Registry

While I started playing with Azure DevOps, .NET Core and Docker, I did realized that I missed the point where I have a legacy application developed in .net framework and still want to utilize the containerization aspect. Thinking on these lines, I thought to investigate and see how this strategy work for a sample asp.net […]

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Introduction to Azure Devops Project

    What does DevOps mean to me… DevOps, the word itself says a lot. To me DevOps defines processes which defy the separation of two worlds – developer and operations. It clearly states that, as a developer you own how and where your code should run. This means that being a developer, your responsibilities […]

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Migration from .NET Framework to ASP.NET Core

Migration aspect is a major decision and not always it follows a green field path. There can be numerous reasons for taking up the decision to migrate an application codebase from its legacy form to future state or performing database migration or even infrastructure migration from on-premise to cloud. All migration aspects turns out to […]

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Introduction to Azure Container Registry and Kubernetes Service

In one of my post of the .NET migration strategy series, we went through the exercise of adding docker and container orchestration support to our ASP.NET Core API solution. In this post we would like to perform an exercise to publish the docker images to Azure Container Registry (ACR) and then pull down the images […]

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Building Docker images for ASP.NET Core Application

This one is one of the crucial part of my DotNet Core Migration strategy series which I had been working for so long. With our initial posts of this series, we got introduced with Cosmos DB, created a sample Web API in .NET framework 4.6.1 and then migrated the same API to .NET core 2.1. […]

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