Deploying SQL Server Containers to Azure with Terraform

Andrew Pruski has a post covering deployment of SQL Server containers to Azure using Terraform:

What this is going to do is create an Azure Container Instance Group with one container it in, running SQL Server 2019 CTP 2.5. It’ll be publicly exposed to the internet on port 1433 (I’ll cover fixing that in a future post) so we’ll get a public IP that we can use to connect to.

Notice that the location and resource_group_name are set using variables that retrieve the values of the resource group are going to create.

Cool! We are ready to go!

Fun stuff, and Andrew promises more.

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