Introducing Azure Kubernetes Service

Introducing Azure Kubernetes Service

  • Author: Janaka Rangama, Ned Bellavance, Steve Buchanan
  • ISBN: 1484255186
  • Year: 2019
  • Pages: 226
  • Language: English
  • File size: 5.3 MB
  • File format: PDF, ePub
  • Category: C & C++

Book Description:

Go from zero to sixty deploying and directing a Kubernetes cluster on Microsoft Azure! This hands-on technical guide to Microsoft’s Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), a controlled container orchestration platform, arms you with the knowledge and tools that you need to easily deploy and function on this complex platform.

Take a journey inside Docker containers, container registries, Kubernetes structure, Kubernetes parts, and core Kubectl commands. Drawing on hard-earned expertise in the specialty, the authors provide only enough theory that will assist you to grasp important theories, teaching the practical simple knowledge you want to begin running your AKS cluster. You will dive into topics regarding the deployment and performance of AKS, such as Ranchers such as management, safety, media, storage, monitoring, backup, scaling, individuality, parcel direction with HELM, and AKS in CI/CD.

What You Will Learn

  • Develop core knowledge of Docker containers, registries, and Kubernetes
  • Gain AKS skills for Microsoft’s fastest-growing services in the cloud
  • Understand the pros and cons of deploying and operating AKS
  • Deploy and manage applications on the AKS platform
  • Utilize AKS within a DevOps CI/CD process

Who This Book Is For

IT professionals working with DevOps, the cloud, Docker, media, storage, Linux, or Windows. Experience with cloud, DevOps, Docker, or application development is helpful.


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