Containers and Kubernetes with Brendan Burns - This week I welcome Kubernetes co-founder and Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Brendan Burns. Brendan has been there from the beginning and is kind enough to join the show to show off some of the power of using containers along with some new tricks found in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
This week I welcome Kubernetes co-founder and Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Brendan Burns. Brendan has been there from the beginning and is kind enough to join the show to show off some of the power of using containers along with some new tricks found in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
A container is a standard unit of software that packages up code and all its dependencies so the application runs quickly and reliably from one computing environment to another. It includes everything needed to run the application: code, runtime, system tools, and libraries as well as settings. Multiple containers are run by a single OS kernel, therefore are more lightweight than virtual machines.
Azure Kubernetes Service allows users to maximize their potential to ship apps faster with less operational overhead. AKS provides a standard control plane for managing your Kubernetes clusters backed by the reliability you expect.
Some of our agenda:
Get $200 in free Azure Credit - https://cda.ms/219) Microsoft Learn: Introduction to Azure fundamentals - https://cda.ms/243 Microsoft Learn: Develop and deploy applications on Kubernetes - https://cda.ms/25B Quickstart: Deploy an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster using the Azure CLI - https://cda.ms/25k What is Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes? - https://cda.ms/26c Quickstart: Connect an existing Kubernetes cluster to Azure Arc - https://cda.ms/26d Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes Agent Architecture - https://cda.ms/26f Microsoft acquires Kinvolk to accelerate container-optimized innovation - https://cda.ms/26k
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