Introduction to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

 
German Introductory and overview Containers

Kubernetes (K8s) hat sich längst als Orchestrierungsplattform für eine Containerbasierte Systemlandschaft etabliert. Das Einrichten und Verwalten eines Clusters kann jedoch recht zeitaufwändig sein. Diese Session gibt einen einführenden Überblick darüber, wie Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) diese Aufgaben unterstützen kann und wie das Zusammenspiel zwischen K8s-Ressourcen und Azure-Ressourcen funktioniert. Ich werde zeigen, wo AKS die Cluster-Verwaltung vereinfachen kann, z. B. bei der Skalierung oder beim Upgrade, und wie die K8s-Ressourcen den Azure-Ressourcen zugeordnet werden. AKS ist kein weiteres K8s (oder Container-Orchestrations-System), sondern basiert auf K8s und hilft dabei, die Welten von Azure und K8s zu kombinieren - und zwar in der Azure-Cloud.

Speaker

Thomas Hafermalz

Azure Solution Architect@Trivadis AG

Thomas works as an Azure Solution Architect and Trainer at Trivadis AG in Zurich. Originally from application development .NET & Angular, his focus is now on cloud-native development and architecture for Azure. The focus from previous cloud customer projects is on serverless apps, monitoring, IaC and container workloads. He is also involved as a speaker in user groups or conferences and is an author for trade journals.

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