Tales and stories about Cloud-Native computing, Serverless, Containers, Azure and Kubernetes
Learn how to implement hot-reload for your configuration data in .NET by leveraging Kubernetes' ConfigMaps
This article demonstrates how to update objects in Kubernetes leveraging the official C# client library and JSON patch
Use the PLG (Promtail, Loki, Grafana) log stack to discover, transform, index, query visualize logs from distributed applications in Kubernetes with ease
In this article you'll see how to configure custom health probes for your containers running in Azure Container Apps (ACA). Learn how to configure startup, readiness and liveness probes.
Learn how to customize health probes in Azure Application Gateway when using Application Gateway Ingress Controller (AGIC).
Do you want to run WebAssembly (Wasm) workloads directly in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)? This post explains how to add krustlet node pools to your AKS cluster.
Learn how to make your filesystems in containers read-only to minimize the attack surface and create controlled exceptions using tmpfs and ephemeral volumes.
See how to deploy and configure External-DNS to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to get your Azure DNS managed automatically.
In this Article, you will learn how to add and use encrypted secrets in custom Helm charts using Mozilla SOPS.
Do you want to store your Kubernetes secrets in git? Learn how to encrypt and decrypt your secrets with Mozilla SOPS and Azure Key Vault.
Bridge to Kubernetes simplifies and streamlines the process of debugging applications running in Kubernetes. Debug any language using the tools you prefer and love.
See what is new and what has changed with release 0.4.0 of Microsoft Open Service Mesh.
Dive into Microsoft's Open Service Mesh, a SMI spec-compliant, lightweight service mesh to run applications in Kubernetes like a pro.
Get quick access to the Kubernetes Dashboard in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with RBAC enabled by creating a ClusterRoleBinding.
Get started with Kubernetes as .NET developer now! Learn how to take your .NET Core application, containerize it, and run it in Azure Kubernetes Service.
Learn how to build elastic AKS clusters using the cluster auto-scaler. Enable, configure, and optimize the auto-scaler in Azure Kubernetes Service to get an excellent scaling experience.
This Helm 3 tutorial helps you to get started with the latest version of the famous Kubernetes package manager. Grow fast and master Helm 3.
Learn 3 different ways how to integrate Azure Container Registry (ACR) with Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to pull Docker images from your protected Docker Registry.
Define Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) to get more out of Kubernetes. Learn to work with custom objects. Protect CRDs with RBAC and access them with ServiceAccounts
The 2nd Edition of Kubernetes: Up & Running has been released recently. I really liked the first edition, so I sat down and read the new version.
During this week, I took the CKAD exam and passed. Read why I registered for that exam and get some tips to prepare properly for your take on CKAD or CKA.
Integrating AKS and ACR to pull images from private Container Registries became easier with recent Azure CLI 2.0 releases. Check out how easy you can connect both excellent services.
Helm 3 is approaching fast and comes with some fundamental changes. See what's happening and how those changes feel in Beta 3.
See how to link a custom domain to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with Azure CLI and NGINX Ingress
Integrate Azure Key Vault and Azure Kubernetes services without leaking sensitive configuration data such as Service Principal credentials by using Azure AD Pod Identity and Azure Key Vault FlexVolume for Kubernetes