Tag Archives: VSTS

Building ARM-based container images with VSTS and Azure Container Registry Build

Azure Container Registry Build is currently in preview, but it is an awesome feature of ACR. But what is ACR Build? It is a native container build capability directly integrated into the Azure Container Registry. So, we do not need container build agents anymore. The latest update of ACR Build includes the support for ARM-based container images. -> https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/stevelasker/2018/07/25/acr-build-preview-now-supported-in-all-public-regions/ That Read more [...]

Deploy ARM-based container images with Azure Kubernetes Service on your Azure IoT Edge devices

In my previous blog post I showed you how to build ARM-based container images with VSTS. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/building-arm-based-container-images-with-vsts-for-your-azure-iot-edge-deployments/ Now, we need to deploy our container applications or in IoT Edge jargon our container modules onto the edge devices. For the deployment we will use an AKS cluster with the IoT Edge virtual Read more [...]

Building ARM-based container images with VSTS for your Azure IoT Edge deployments

Currently, I am working and playing around with Azure IoT Edge deployments in combination with Azure Kubernetes Service and a Raspberry Pi 2. The files referenced in through out the blog article can be found in my GitHub repository. -> https://github.com/neumanndaniel/kubernetes/tree/master/iotedge/webserver My first challenge was to find a way on how to build ARM-based container images Read more [...]