We discuss tools for creating a Kubernetes Service in Azure using Azure command line interface or ARM templates and why you may want to consider one over the other.
- [Narrator] For the purposes of this course, … we'll be deploying a Kubernetes cluster in Azure. … You might be wondering why we're choosing … Kubernetes for our container orchestration. … Well there is a few reasons. … First, Kubernetes is the most popular … of the orchestration technologies, … and a lot of its popularity has to do … with the community. … It's been open sourced since 2015, … and that's given time for the community to build. … This also means there's a lot of documentation … and a significant knowledge base … which users can turn to … when they run into issues. … Second, it's a robust platform … initially developed by Google for internal use. … Currently they still deploy … billions of containers weekly on this platform. … So whatever workload you have in mind, … it will be able to support your needs. … The last reason we're working with Kubernetes … is because all major cloud vendors … have a dedicated Kubernetes service … onto which you can host your own cluster. …
AuthorGurinder Singh Mann
- Developing an infrastructure strategy
- Managing technical debt
- Managing Amazon Kubernetes Service (AKS)
- Deploying applications on AKS
- Scaling your Kubernetes clusters
- Implementing infrastructure as code
- Deploying Azure resources via Terraform
- Implementing security and compliance
Skill Level Intermediate
Azure for DevOps: Dependency Managementwith Gurinder Singh Mann47m 5s Intermediate
Who is this course for?1m 4s
1. Infrastructure and Configuration Management
2. Manage Kubernetes Service
3. Implementing Infrastructure as Code
4. Implement Security and Compliance
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