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Azure Native v2.46.0 published on Friday, Jun 21, 2024 by Pulumi

Deploy Containerized Web Applications using the native Azure Provider, .NET 5, and C# 9

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This is the latest version of Azure Native. Use the Azure Native v1 docs if using the v1 version of this package.
Azure Native v2.46.0 published on Friday, Jun 21, 2024 by Pulumi

    View Code Deploy this example with Pulumi

    The example demonstrate several Pulumi features:

    • Azure-Native provider
    • Running on .NET 5
    • Using C# 9 constructs like top-level statements, implicit constuctors, and records
    • Defining and using components with Pulumi

    Adjust the code

    This example can cover several deployments architectures that are listed below.

    Public Docker Image to Azure App Service

    You can deploy any public Docker image that contains a web application listening to port 80 to an Azure App Service. Modify the constructor of MyStack class in Program.cs file to

    public MyStack()
    {
        var app = new WebApplication("hello", new()
        {
            DockerImage = "strm/helloworld-http"
        });
    
        this.Endpoint = app.Endpoint;
    }
    

    Custom Application to Azure App Service

    Builds a Docker container from the files in app folder, push it to Azure Container Registry, and deploy it to an Azure App Service. Modify the constructor of MyStack class in Program.cs file to

    public MyStack()
    {
        var app = new WebApplication("hello", new()
        {
            AppFolder = "./app"
        });
    
        this.Endpoint = app.Endpoint;
    }
    

    Public Docker Image to Azure Kubernetes Service

    You can deploy any public Docker image that contains a web application listening to port 80 to a new AKS cluster. Modify the constructor of MyStack class in Program.cs file to

    public MyStack()
    {
        var cluster = new AksCluster("demoaks");
    
        var app = new WebApplication("hello", new()
        {
            Cluster = cluster,
            DockerImage = "strm/helloworld-http"
        });
    
        this.Endpoint = app.Endpoint;
    }
    

    Custom Application to Azure Kubernetes Service

    Builds a Docker container from the files in app folder, push it to Azure Container Registry, and deploy it to a new AKS cluster. Modify the constructor of MyStack class in Program.cs file to

    public MyStack()
    {
        var cluster = new AksCluster("demoaks");
    
        var app = new WebApplication("hello", new()
        {
            Cluster = cluster,
            AppFolder = "./app"
        });
    
        this.Endpoint = app.Endpoint;
    }
    

    Deploying the App

    To deploy your infrastructure, follow the below steps.

    Prerequisites

    1. Install Pulumi
    2. Configure Azure Credentials

    Steps

    After cloning this repo and making adjustments as described above, from this working directory, run these commands:

    1. Create a new stack, which is an isolated deployment target for this example:

      $ pulumi stack init dev
      
    2. Login to Azure CLI (you will be prompted to do this during deployment if you forget this step):

      $ az login
      
    3. Set the Azure region location to use:

      $ pulumi config set azure-native:location westus2
      
    4. Stand up the application by invoking pulumi

      $ pulumi up
      
    5. Once you’ve finished experimenting, tear down your stack’s resources by destroying and removing it:

      $ pulumi destroy --yes
      $ pulumi stack rm --yes
      
    azure-native logo
    This is the latest version of Azure Native. Use the Azure Native v1 docs if using the v1 version of this package.
    Azure Native v2.46.0 published on Friday, Jun 21, 2024 by Pulumi