In this episode, Azure CTO Mark Russinovich joins Scott Hanselman to show how you can use Azure Container Instances (ACI) to host a containerized application. Mark deploys an image processing container in three ways: as a standalone ACI container, as part of a Logic Apps workflow, and as the backend of a web app.

ACI provides general-purpose, serverless containers-as-a-service that can be used with Logic Apps, App Service, Azure Kubernetes Service, Azure Functions, and other platforms in Azure to serve dev, test, and production workloads. Use ACI for deploying build/test containers, host backend APIs, or as part of a workflow.

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Join Mark Russinovich, Azure CTO, to learn how Microsoft Azure enables intelligent, modern, and innovative applications at scale in the cloud, on-premises, and on the edge. Microsoft Azure has achieved massive, global scale, with more than 50 announced regions consisting of over 100 datacenters, and it is growing fast.

Mark takes you on a tour of Azure datacenter architecture and implementation innovations, describing everything from Azure global infrastructure, to how we enable large-scale enterprise scenarios on both cloud and edge, and more.

Mark Russinovich, Azure CTO, shows how Microsoft Azure enables intelligent, modern and innovative applications at scale in the cloud, on-premises and on the edge.

Mark takes you on a tour of Azure’s datacenter architecture and implementation innovations, describing everything from Azure’s global infrastructure, to how we enable large-scale enterprise scenarios on both cloud and edge, to how we bring quantum computing to real-world scenarios today, and more.

In this video from Microsoft Ignite, Mark Russinovich explores how Microsoft Azure has achieved massive, global scale, with 50 announced regions consisting of over 100 datacenters and counting.  Mark takes you on a tour of Azure’s datacenter architecture and implementation innovations, describing everything from Azure’s reliable clean-energy datacenter designs, to how we are using FPGAs to accelerate networking and machine learning, to how we design storage servers to deliver ultra-low latency and high throughput, and more.

Blockchain is an interesting technology has the potential to change everything from daily transaction, property records, and food safety.In this video Mark explains the basic building blocks of blockchain. The discussion includes transactions, blocks, and hashes and how these fundamentals could be used to create a distributed ledger.