If you need to restrict access to an application running in Azure Kubernetes Service it can be difficult. In this article we will look at the a couple of ways this can be achieved using Azure and Kubernetes methods.
Promitor is an open source project that lets you pull Azure Monitor metrics into Prometheus. Being able to access Azure Monitor metrics in Prometheus opens up all sorts of options for scaling, monitoring and alerting.
Using the Roll Back Deployment commands allows you to re-deploy an older deployment if an error occurs in your current deployment.
I recently delivered a session at Microsoft Ignite The Tour in London around governance in Azure. One of the critical points in this session is that before you try and implement any controls around resources, cost or security you need to have a good understanding of what your Azure estate currently
Azure Cost Management Budgets allow you set thresholds for spending, but out of the box you cannot enforce these budgets by shutting down resources. We will look at using Azure Automation to do enforce this.
Windows containers have many limitations when compared to their Linux counterparts, but if you have to use them then you need a place to host them. We'll look at what options are available in Azure for hosting Windows containers.