Problem exposing ASP .NET Core Web App on Azure ACS
Hi, I've build a demo ASP .Net CORE with Visual Studio 2017, added Docker Support to the solution. Tested the project with Docker for Windows locally on my laptop, then deployed to Azure App Services. After these tests, I've added Source Control to my solution, checked in the code to VSTS and configured Continuous Deployment to my Azure Docker Registry and Azure Container Services (DC/OS orchestration). The Docker extension was installed on my VSTS, the Build definition was created with 3 release environments: Dev, Test and Production. Also the VSTS Agent was installed correctly on ACS cluster. CI/CD is working and my App gets deployed to the correct environment: Nevertheless, my Production Env container is not exposed by the DCOS Agents Public load balancer on Port 80 or 8080 like it was supposed. The DockerCICD/docker-compose.env.production.yml was added to the solution with the label pointing to my Public Agents FQDN. I can find out what is missing for my app to be accessible from the Internet...
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