Learn about how to set up nodes.
- [Instructor] In our chapter directory we can type ls … to get directory listing. … And we're going to look at our Node_Labels file here, … so we can do more on Node_Labels. … And we're going to manipulate our cluster first … to have more than one node available, … because we want to label the node … and then use that label to force a POD … to be deployed on a particular machine. … And you can see here that we're using … the very descriptive key called anykey, … and the very descriptive value called anyvalue. … And that's because you can really use any key … or value to define a node selector. … We're just going to use this label … to specifically direct a POD to a particular machine. … Now normally you would do this because … you're going to deploy a set of nodes that have … a particular set of capabilities, … like I want to use GPU capable machines, … or I need scratch space, but I want that … on the fastest possible scratch space … so I'm going to get SSD capable machines … and I want to force the PODs to those particular regions. …
- Deployment models
- Scaling AKS workers
- Setting up nodes
- Using labels to select pools
- Creating storage classes
- Networking options and capabilities
- Load balancing and ingress
- Managing AKS deployments
Skill Level Advanced
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What you should know2m 54s
1. Kubernetes on Azure
2. Scaling AKS Workers
3. AKS Storage and Networks
4. Managing AKS Deployments
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