Connecting to storage classes is a function of the persistent storage and claim system. This video looks at this functionality in light of the new classes that were created.
- We're going to do an LS in our chapter directory, … and we see that we have a persistent document … and a host name underscore volume manifest. … We're going to look at the persistent document … with the more persistent, and we see … that really we're talking here about persistent storage … and associating that with a deployment … with a pod, and in this case, with a load balancer … so it can even reach the resource. … If we type Q to get out of our more, … we can actually look at that manifest … and the manifest will then sort of guide the connection … between these different resources. … So if we do more on our host name volume mammal, … we see the first part here is a deployment, … and the deployment is pretty standard. … The on thing that's different from previous … deployments that we've done, is that we also have here … a volume section, so we want to connect this particular … resource to a volume, and so we're looking for … a persistent volume claim called host name PVC, … we're going to create a volume called host name PVC, …
- 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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