Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 4

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction The previous post in this series covered the Kubernetes dashboard. This post will build upon that knowledge. It will cover the practical aspects of putting those concepts into practice. The following posts in this series will cover deploying a 2-tier…


Choosing the right Kubernetes object for deploying workloads in Azure – Part 5

This material has been added to a full eBook, Kubernetes Objects on Microsoft Azure. Introduction This post will cover running a front-end service that will connect with the SQL Server back-end you created in the last post. This front-end is an ASP.Net Core application. Considerations for deployment My previous posts covered various deployment options. Out…


Docker Blog Series Part 4 – Managing Secrets inside Kubernetes Cluster in Azure Container Service

This post is the next in a series of Docker posts from Premier Developer consultant Monu Bambroo.  In this post, Monu walks through setting up a Web API to leverage Kubernetes for managing secrets. One of the common tasks in application development is to manage configurations. Some of the configurations can be sensitive information. One…


Deploy a collectd agent in a Kubernetes cluster on Azure

Authored by Stas Kondratiev. Edited by Nanette Ray. Reviewed by Ben Hummerstone. To gather metrics about your Kubernetes cluster in Azure, you can collect telemetry from the nodes and store it in Graphite, InfluxDb, or another time-series database. This article describes how to use collectd, a popular daemon that collects system and application metrics and…