Some great updates to AKS to support availability zones in Azure, which allows you to target specific datacenters within a region to run one or more instances of your application to give you higher uptime within that region. check out this video to learn more.
Here is what to do after you have learned the basics of Kubernetes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I82BIo84dsQ
I was able to get https working to my AKS cluster by using the Azure Front Door service. It allowed me to map my custom domain and secure it with SSL without having to manage certificates or anything like that!
Here are some commands that I put together to give you a walkthrough of using docker to create a container image and publish it to Docker Hub. #kubectl cheat sheet: https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/kubectl/cheatsheet #docker cheat sheet: https://devhints.io/docker #Tutorials: https://kubernetes.io/docs/tutorials/ #Contents of the Dockerfile### #FROM nginx #COPY static-html-directory /usr/share/nginx/html docker build -t mydemoimage1 . docker images #make sure […]
You can follow the latest updates on AKS and find out about upcoming features here: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/
Here is a good video recapping the capabilities of virtual nodes using Azure Container Instances and Azure Dev Spaces.
If you are trying to decide which Azure service to use to build your app, take a look at this decision tree. If you end up heading down the path of containers, then this might help you understand which service is right for you.