Continuous Deployment to AKS from Azure Pipelines

English Intermediate DevOps

Kubernetes is emerging as most suitable environment to publish your microservices (thought not limited to microservices). This session would focus on setting up Continuous build of containerized application to Azure Container Registry and then deploying containers to AKS (Azure Kubernetes Service). Topics covered will be Azure Pipeline, Building and Pushing Container Images to ACR, Integrating Azure Key Vault Secrets in Pipeline, Deploying Application to AKS using Release Pipeline.


Mahendra Shinde

MCT, DevOps Expert, Docker & Kubernetes Trainer & Consultant

Mahendra Shinde is a DevOps Expert with 14 Years of experience in training and 5 years of consulting experience in DevOps & Java practice. He has assisted client in migrating their workload to AKS (Azure Kubernetes). He has been assisting enterprises for application isolation using Docker and Kubernetes. He has successfully completed several Microsoft certifications including AZ-400 & AZ-104. His key areas of expertise encompasses ALM , DevOps Principles, CI-CD, Design patterns, Infrastructure management and deployment using MS Azure Infrastructure, Chef, Puppet, Ansible across corporate accounts. Mahendra has sound knowledge of Spring, Struts and Hibernate and other Java frameworks.

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