Microsoft Azure is an ever-expanding set of cloud services to help your organisation meet your business challenges. It is the freedom to build, manage and deploy applications on a massive, global network using your favorite tools and frameworks.
This course introduces you to the new world of cloud computing and how to build on the Windows Azure Platform. We'll cover Windows Azure compute and storage and SQL Azure. Along the way we'll discuss cloud computing tradeoffs and help you understand the constraints and limitations imposed by the cloud computing model offered by the Windows Azure platform today.
During this course, learn how to use this popular open-source container orchestration engine with Microsoft Azure by leveraging Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). The top options for getting AKS deployed, focusing on deploying the Managed Master model provided by AKS via the 'az' command line client, including integration with the Azure Container registry for more efficient application deployments.
What Is Azure Kubernetes Service?
What Is Kubernetes?
Building Your AKS Cluster
Credentials and Access
Kubernetes Service Accounts
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
Creating an AKS Cluster with Active Directory Integration
Authenticating to the AKS Cluster Using Azure Active Directory
The Kubenet Network Plugin
The Azure CNI Network Plugin
Accessing AKS Externally
Persistent Volumes and Persistent Volume Claims
Static and Dynamic Volumes
Azure Site Recovery
Advanced Scheduling Features
Collecting Container Logs