Creating SQL Server Images In Azure Container Registry

Andrew Pruski shows us how to save Docker container images to the Azure Container Registry using Powershell:

Awesome! Our custom image is in our ACR!

But has it worked? Has it really? Oh ye of little faith…

I guess the only way to find out is to run a container! So let’s run a Azure Container Instance from our new image.

Spoilers:  it worked.

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