A company has custom ASP.NET and Java applications that run old versions of Windows and Linux. The company plans to place applications in containers.
You need to design a solution that includes networking, service discovery, and load balancing for the applications. The solution must support storage orchestration.
Solution: You create an Azure virtual network, public IP address, and load balancer. Then add virtual machines (VMs) to the solution and deploy individual containers on them.
Does the solution meet the goal?
Instead you should deploy each application to an Azure Container instance.
Note: Docker Containers are the global standard and are natively supported in Azure, offering enterprises an interesting and flexible way to migrate legacy apps for both future proofing and cost benefits.