This week saw the public preview of Windows containers on Kubernetes. Running multiple OS's in a cluster requires you to think more carefully about how your pods are allocated to nodes.
If your working in Azure regularly at scale then it's very likely you spend a fair amount of time at the command line using the Azure PowerShell cmdlets or Azure CLI (or both). In this article, we're going to take a look at my command line setup and some of the tools I make use of.
Tags provide a flexible way to label resources with any key-value pair. We can then use these tags to search, report on and even automate resources based on information that is tailored to our team or business rules.
The Visual Studio Code ARM template extension from Microsoft provides several helpful features that can make developing ARM templates easier. In this article, we take a look at how to use them.
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.