Keeping your AKS Windows nodes up to date isn't as simple as you might expect currently. Here's how it works.
Confused by what the new Azure Lighthouse service is, and what it's used for? All will be explained, succinctly and to the point.
An update to the Azure portal adds the ability to visualize Azure Resource Graph queries.
How to collect and aggregate Prometheus metrics from any application with Azure Monitor and AKS.
WTH is Azure Data Share? Find out what this new service is, what it does and why you might want to use it.
Using the PowerShell testing framework, Pester, to test Packer generated Azure Virtual Machine images.
Using a new VS Code extension to bring together Terraform, VS Code, Azure Cloud Shell and optimize the Terraform development experience
We take a look at using the popular open source log export, Fluent Bit, to export Kubernetes logs directly into Azure Log Analytics.
This week we saw a significant update to the ARM template for Cosmos DB, which now allows us to create databases and containers. Up until now, we've only been able to create Cosmos DB accounts using templates, we then had to create the databases, containers, tables etc. through PowerShell or the portal etc. With this update, we are now able to deploy much more of our Cosmos setup with ARM templates, including databases, containers, graphs, namespaces and tables.
This week we saw the announcement of the public preview of Windows Server Containers on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Windows support in AKS has been something we've been waiting for, for a while now and is excellent news for those trying to lift and shift Windows applications into containers. As we've discussed previously, if you can, using Linux containers is always going to give you the fastest start-up time and fewer complications, however not everyone can re-write their apps in .