AKS on Azure Stack HCI
Kubernetes on Azure
by Abhilasha Agarwala, Nick Wood, Zach Wachtel
1y ago
Azure Kubernetes Service on Azure Stack HCI is an on-premises implementation of the popular Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) orchestrator, which automates running containerized applications at scale. Azure Kubernetes Service is now in preview on Azure Stack HCI, making it quicker to get started hosting Linux and Windows containers in your datacenter. Links: Microsoft Docs - Azure Kubernetes Service on Azure Stack HCI Slides     ..read more
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Keynote by Brendan Burns, CVP, Microsoft, and co-creator of Kubernetes
Kubernetes on Azure
by Brian Benz, Brendan Burns
1y ago
The latest updates on how we are helping enterprise customers build reliable, scalable applications with open source and cloud native technologies. Links: Microsoft Learn - Intro to Kubernetes Downloadable Guide to Kubernetes ..read more
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AKS - Recent Announcements and Roadmap
Kubernetes on Azure
by Sean McKenna
1y ago
AKS continues to grow rapidly in usage and capabilities. This session was highlight some of the announcements across developer productivity, security, operational efficiency, and more and tee up some of the major investments on our near-term roadmap. Links: Microsoft Docs - Kubernetes core concepts for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) Microsoft Learn - Introduction to Kubernetes on Azure ..read more
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Azure Arc - Recent announcements, Arc enabled servers and Kubernetes, GitOps with Arc and AKS
Kubernetes on Azure
by Chris Sanders, Jason Hansen
1y ago
Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes and Server continue to make updates. Learn about recent releases and upcoming preview features. We will als o dive deep into some new GitOps scenarios that include expanded authentication as well as covering both Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes and AKS. Links: Microsoft Docs - Azure Arc documentation Microsoft Learn - Azure Arc Learning Path Azure Arc Jumpstart Slides ..read more
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First Look: OSM integration with AKS
Kubernetes on Azure
by Phillip Gibson
1y ago
Open Service Mesh is a lightweight and extensible cloud native service mesh that takes a simple approach for users to uniformly manage, secure, and get out-of-the box observability features for highly dynamic microservices environments. The Azure AKS and Network teams have been hard at work to integrate OSM with the managed AKS service. Here is an early first look at how some of the upcoming integration and experience will look like. Links: Open Service Mesh Site Open Service Mesh Repo Service Mesh Inerface Site ..read more
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Identity management in distributed applications using Dapr
Kubernetes on Azure
by Mark Chmarny
1y ago
Dapr makes microservice development easier in any language. Using its consistent APIs and reusable building blocks, developers can quickly build distributed applications that are both dynamic and portable. To secure these applications, Dapr provides automatic in-transit encryption using mutual TLS, SPIFFE-based application identity, and a granular set of easy to configure runtime access control policies. This session will review these options with a live demo of: Trust relationship definition between microservices Operation-level access policy Component and secrets access scoping Links: Dapr ..read more
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