In this session we will explore how to leverage Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes capabilities, that allow Azure Arc to connect and configure any Kubernetes cluster across datacenters, edge locations, and multi-cloud.
Janaka Rangama is an Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer and a community champion. Living in Melbourne Australia, "the land down under", he is a proud son of Sri Lanka, "the land of the Lions". Janaka is a Senior Principal Engineering Technologist at Dell Technologies, where he helps customers across the globe to embrace the intelligent cloud and edge with Microsoft Hybrid Cloud. He is a well-known speaker in many international conferences, an established author and an expert in both Microsoft & OSS ecosystems.
Incubated container monitoring on Azure as a PM. Working now as PM for Azure Kubernetes Service focusing on Windows and Observability.
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