You are deploying a container solution in Azure.
You create a Docker image and add it to an Azure Container Registry named registry1.
You need to deploy the Docker image to Azure Container Instances.
Which command should you run?
You should run the az container create command. This command creates a container in Azure Container Instance and deploys the image specified in the --image parameter.
You should not run the az acr create command. This command creates an Azure Container Registry. In this scenario, you already have a container registry named registry1.
You should not run the docker push command. This command pushes an image to a registry. You already pushed the image to registry1.
You should not run the az aks create command. This command creates an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster, and in this scenario you need to create an Azure Container Instance to deploy the image.