How to Deploy Microservices using Azure Kubernetes Service
Azure offers a managed Kubernetes service called Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Use AKS to simplify the process of running Kubernetes on Azure without needing to install or maintain your own Kubernetes control plane. It provides a hosted Kubernetes cluster that you can deploy your microservices to. AKS streamlines horizontal scaling, self-healing, load balancing, secret management.
- What is AKS
- How is it different from regular Kubernetes Microservices and AKS
- How they’re best 1fit for each other Designing microservices architecture on AKS
- Demo - Running an end to end Microservices Solution
Understand general concepts of cloud-native development and a microservices architecture. Learn to create and managing Docker images, use Azure Kubernetes Service, inter-service communication as well as monitoring the application.