Tag : azure
Setting up a Kubernetes cluster from scratch is no easy task. Luckily, there are now many managed service offerings which create a Kubernetes cluster for you.Many of these providers also take responsibility for keeping your cluster up to date. In this blog post we will take a closer look at AKS, the Kubernetes-as-a-service offering from
You want to automate the deployment of your Azure infrastructure. Great! But now you need to create an account for your automation to access Azure’s API. Azure implements these in the form of what they call App Registrations. In order to create one, you will need access to create accounts in Azure Active Directory. If
Getting Started Currently, if you are interested in deploying Service Fabric on standalone linux clusters, you’ll need to create your own instance, install all of the packages and dependencies, configure the cluster appropriately via the xml spec, and run a few scripts. After all that, you’ll have a standalone cluster running on one physical instance.