Windows Server containers are offered in several varieties, and developers should choose containers carefully based on use scenario and where they will be deployed.
Windows Server containers are now supported, in production or preview, in most Azure services that host containerized applications but focus on Windows Server 2019 and still lag behind Linux-based containers.
Azure Container Registry is a managed container registry service, based on the open-source Docker Registry 2.0, that is hosted in Azure.
Azure has several offerings that support Docker containers, and the capabilities of the services can be differentiated by how they support different aspects of a potential deployment
A brief explanation of Docker container technology
Chart describes options for hosting and managing container-based applications in Azure
Azure serverless technologies, which span several services, continue to receive improvements
Chart summarizes Azure's primary services that offer serverless technologies
Azure Container Instances, now generally available, offers rapid deployment of containers without having to manage host infrastructure, but does not provide full orchestration
Azure Container Instances enable rapid deployment of containers without having to manage container host infrastructure.