Azure Container Apps

Build and deploy modern apps and microservices using serverless containers.


Deploy containerized apps without managing complex infrastructure. Write code using your preferred programming language or framework, and build microservices with full support for Distributed Application Runtime (Dapr). Scale dynamically based on HTTP traffic or events powered by Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA).

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Getting Started

  1. 4/26/2022, Video, 0:03:03
    In this edition of Azure Tips and Tricks, learn how to get started with Azure Container Apps. Containers offer a great way to develop and run applications in a consistent...
  2. 2/2/2022, Video, 0:12:24
    Build and deploy container-based apps and microservices at scale, with the new fully managed Azure Container Apps service. Jeff Hollan, serverless technology expert for...


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Suppose you're deploying a web application that relies on a database. Instead of manually configuring the database each time you deploy your application, you can use an Init Container to handle...
Get Ready To #FallForIntelligentApps! Today, we kick off the Fall season with content and activities to skill you up on all things Intelligent Apps or AI Apps on Azure with content, events, and...
In some scenarios, you might need to preprocess files before they're used by your application. For instance, you're deploying a machine learning model that relies on precomputed data files. An...
Azure Container Apps, a service for running apps and microservices with serverless containers now offers support for running init containers.   Azure Container App Init Containers are specialized...
You can securely connect to your App Service from the internet using the Application Gateway when you integrate your Application Gateway with App Service behind Private Endpoint.   This article...
This is the 5th blog of a series on Azure App Service Limits illustrations: 1)  Azure App Service Limit (1) - Remote Storage (Windows) - Microsoft Community Hub   2)  Azure App Service Limit (2)...
The recent release of Spring Boot 3 and Azure's dedicated service for Spring applications, Azure Spring Apps, has opened up for developers to deploy and manage their Spring Boot applications. In...
You can now encrypt traffic transmitted between applications within an environment using mTLS.
You can now run production workloads that perform a task for a finite duration and exit, and schedule these workloads or run them in response to events.
You can now run applications that accept TCP connections on multiple ports.
You can now define UDRs to manage how outbound traffic is routed for your container app environment’s subnet.
You can now run your apps on dedicated workload profiles that offer more CPU and memory if needed.
Azure Container Apps is a service that enables you to deploy and run containerized applications and microservices without having to manage the underlying infrastructure. Today, we're excited to...
Azure Container Apps jobs let you perform specific tasks inside containers that start, run for a short time, and then stop. You can make these tasks happen whenever you want, following a...
Evan and Sujit cover a whole bunch of updates to various Azure services such as AKS, ACA, Functions, VMs, PostgerSQL, VNETs and Storage. Media...
You can now use Azure Key Vault references to access your secrets in Azure Container Apps.
You can now mount secrets as volumes in Azure Container Apps.
Azure Container Apps now supports sticky sessions.
You can now use init containers with Azure Container Apps in production.
You can now setup Cross Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) from the portal or through the CLI.