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A few episodes ago, we discussed the different options for running your compute workloads in Azure. In this episode, we take a look at the options for running containers in Azure. We also dissect the process of migrating a Windows-based app to a Windows container. Jussi asks Tobi an unexpected question. This episode is sponsored by ScriptRunner

Show Notes

Show links

- Container services (Microsoft Docs)
- Containers on Windows: Lift and shift to containers (Microsoft Docs)
- The decision tree flowchart (Microsoft Docs)
- Running a single Docker Container in Azure cost-effectively (Jussi)

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