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The Azure CNAB Quickstart Templates we’ve created are only half the story. Much of the work we’ve done over the last few months involved the authoring, contribution and DevOps pipelines required to support an open source project. The project is inspired by the original Azure Quickstart Templates – which over the last 5 years has grown to over 850 templates. In this post we’re going to explain how you can author CNAB templates and contribute them.


Setting up Porter on Windows

by Mike Larah

Porter is a tool based on the CNAB (Cloud Native Application Bundle) spec. It can be used for building, managing, and installing application bundles. This guide will walk you through how to get set up with Porter on Windows.


An Overview of the Azure CNAB Quickstarts Library

by Howard van Rooijen

The Azure CNAB Quickstarts Library helps you get up and running with CNAB and Porter. We’ve built quickstarts covering solutions like WordPress, Ghost, Mattermost, and data platforms like Apache Airflow, SQL Server AlwaysOn clusters and Kubernetes features like an nginx ingress controller and an Azure AD enabled OAuth2 Proxy. We’ve condensed all our learnings from the past 9 months of working on the project and turned them into a 10 minute video which explains all the key concepts. We hope this video helps accelerate your own CNAB & Porter epiphanies!


Over the last few months, endjin have been working together with Microsoft to create the Azure CNAB Quickstarts Library in GitHub. CNAB (Cloud-Native Application Bundle) is a new specification designed for facilitating the bundling, installing and managing of cloud-native or distributed apps. It provides you with a way to containerise your installation process, and easily […]