Labels are a primary means to segregate and classify resources in Kubernetes. This is no different in AKS, and this video looks at how one can label their environment to expose the underlying nodes to the Kubernetes environment.
- [Instructor] We can now use that label from within … the manifest to actually select that node, specifically, … for any pod that gets deployed. … And you can see here there's an indicator … that we're going to modify the spec section of the manifest, … whether it be a pod manifest or, in this case, … a deployment manifest, to have a node selector parameter. … And again, we're going to use our key and value. … In this case, rather than an equals because this is … a YAML style document, we're going to use … the colon's upgraded value. … We're going to go ahead and do an LS again … to get the directory listing. … We're going to look at our hostname-anykey.yml document. … So I'm just going to copy that. … And we can do more on that particular file. … We'll search down for the template spec. … So there is a top-level spec, which is the Deployment spec, … but we're looking specifically for the template spec, … so multiple layers within this yml document, … and here we can see that we now have a node selector …
- 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 Beginner
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Learning Azure DevOpswith Jose Miguel Rady Allende1h 29m Beginner
Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOpswith Paul Hacker2h 7m Intermediate
What you should know2m 54s
1. Kubernetes on Azure
2. Scaling AKS Workers
3. AKS Storage and Networks
4. Managing AKS Deployments
Next steps1m 14s
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