Define properties

Each of the Azure resources require additional input to define their properties. The properties are defined by entering the appropriate information in the property dialog box. The property dialog box is displayed when a component (or a resource) is highlighted on the canvas by selecting it.
The following diagram depicts an example of the property dialog box for Resource Group:
Select each of the components on the canvas and define the additional properties.
The following section describes the properties for each of the resources that are to be defined:
  • Properties for Resource Group include the following at a minimum
Resource Group Name - qclouddev-rg-1
Location - eastus
  • Properties for App Service Plan include the following
Kind - Linux
Location - eastus
Name = qclouddev-az-app-plan-1
Resource Group Name - This property is defined using a connection
Reserved (radio button) - True (this is required for Linux containers (by default this property is set to false which is defined as Windows)
SKU Properties (Additional Properties):
Capacity - 1
Family - Pv2
Name - P1v2
Size - P1v2
tier - PremiumV2
  • Properties for Web App include the following
Location - eastus
Name = qclouddev-az-app1
Resource Group Name - This property is defined using a connection
ServerFarmID - This property is defined using a connection
Site Config (Additional Properties)
Linux FX Version - DOCKER|<registry name>.azurecr.io/dotnetcore-docs-hello-world-linux:latest
(The registry name and the docker image name should match the image that was uploaded to Azure in the earlier section)
No. of workers - 1
App Settings (Key value pairs) - Add these name value parameters
The Web App settings require the docker container registry username and password. By default, the admin user is disabled in Azure. Follow the instructions in the Azure link in the earlier section to enable admin user and note down the username and the password. The password and names are sensitive information and need to be stored securely.
DOCKER_REGISTRY_SERVER_PASSWORD = <add the appropriate password for the registry>
DOCKER_REGISTRY_SERVER_USERNAME = <add the appropriate name>
DOCKER_REGISTRY_SERVER_URL = https://<registry name>.azurecr.io
This completes entering all the property information for all components.