To check your current version of Control Center, API and Agent visit your Swarm Control Center. Mark 1 in the picture refers to the current version of the Control Center itself and mark 2 refers to the version of the Agent.
As you learned a couple of lines above, the Swarm Platform consists of three parts, so you will also need to upgrade all three of them.
In Azure navigate to your ressource groups and open your control center:
Go to Container Settings -> Private Registry
Enter Server URL and the Full image Name and Tag. Login and password will be provided by Swarm.
Full image Name and Tag:
az loginaz webapp config container set --docker-custom-image-name "swarmccfrontend.azurecr.io/swarmccfrontend:<version>" --docker-registry-server-password <password> --name <controlcenter-name> --resource-group <ressource-group> --output jsonc --subscription "<subscription_id>"
<controlcenter-name> The name of the SCC you deployed. e.g.:
<ressource-group> The name of the resource group, where you deployed the SCC. e.g.:
<subscription_id> You can find the subscription ID within the overview of the ressource group
Under Settings -> Configuration of the Control Center, change the
Exactly the same as upgrading the SCC, except you are not going to upgrade the SCC, but the API gateway and the Full image Name and Tag changes to
To upgrade the agent, simple create a new deployment, like you did in Deploy the VPX Agent.