Dockerizing ASP.Net Applications

Elton Stoneman shows how to package an ASP.Net web application into a Docker image:

It’s how you start to package “legacy” ASP.NET apps in Docker images, so you can run them in containers on Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016. Once you’ve packaged your app into a container image you have:

  • a central artifact which dev and ops teams can work with, which helps you transition to DevOps;

  • an app that runs the same on your laptop, on the server, on Azure, on AWS, which helps you move to the cloud;

  • an app platform which supports distributed systems, which helps you break down the monolith into microservices.

This is part one of a series, but if you read through this post, you’ll end up with a fully-functional app.

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