3/28 – I found a good article that walks through the steps for deploying an ingress controller in Kubernetes to terminate SSL and forward the connection to my container running node.js. I’m going to work on this this weekend and update the blog! https://dgkanatsios.com/2017/07/07/using-ssl-for-a-service-hosted-on-a-kubernetes-cluster/ 3/31 – Ok, this article above is for creating internal/test certificates. […]
Similar to kubectl run, you can call kubectl expose and it will quickly give you a public IP address for your application.
There is a good article that talks about persistent storage options for AKS. You basically have 3 choices in Azure: Standard Managed Disk Premium Managed Disk Azure Files If you only need one container to access the volume at a time, then you can leverage standard or premium disks based on your needs. However, if […]
We just introduced the ability to get alerts from the portal for service events. Check it out.
There are times when you want to deploy your PaaS resources on a private network instead of leveraging the public endpoint. Azure has a bunch of services that support service endpoints – a feature that lets you access a SQL/MySQL/Cosmos database on a vnet. Azure Container Registry has a preview feature that will let you […]
There a number of considerations in building a microservice-based application in Azure. This article walks through some key points like design, scalability, availability security and deployment considerations: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/architecture/reference-architectures/microservices/aks