Hello, @Jose Agraz !
How do I run a Docker container on Azure Batch?
Run container applications on Azure Batch
Batch tasks can run directly on virtual machines (nodes) in a Batch pool, but you can also set up a Batch pool to run tasks in Docker-compatible containers on the nodes. This article shows you how to create a pool of compute nodes that support running container tasks, and then run container tasks on the pool. The code examples here use the Batch .NET and Python SDKs. You can also use other Batch SDKs and tools, including the Azure portal, to create container-enabled Batch pools and to run container tasks.
Batch Shipyard is a tool to help provision, execute, and monitor container-based batch processing and HPC workloads on Azure Batch. Batch Shipyard supports both Docker and Singularity containers. No experience with the Azure Batch SDK is needed; run your containers with easy-to-understand configuration files. All Azure regions are supported, including non-public Azure regions.
Hopefully one of those provides what you are looking for. If you are looking for something else, please let me know in the comments and I'd be happy to help.