Changing The SQL Server Port On Azure Container Services

Andrew Pruski shows how to change off of the default port for SQL Server when running Azure Container Services:

So, how do you do it when running SQL Server in Azure Container Services?

Well there’s a couple of options available.

The first one is to change the port that SQL is listening on in the container, open that port on the container, and direct to that port from the service.

The second one is to leave SQL Server listening on the default port and direct a non-default port to port 1433 from the service.

Read on to see Andrew try out both of these methods.

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