AKS Cluster Automation & Protection

English Intermediate Azure (Apps & Infra)

In this session, you will learn how to automate a latest AKS cluster via Automation available from GitHub by just running 1 command in minutes. Once you have an AKS cluster up running, you will learn how to address the Day 2 Data Management and Security challenges.


Yongkang He

CNCF / CloudCasa Ambassador @K8SUG.com, @K8SDM.com

Yongkang He is a CNCF Ambassador based in Singapore supporting Asia Pacific. He has over 20 years with deep hands-on experiences in IT. In recent years, he shifted the focus on Cloud and Kubernetes. He is now 60+ times Multi-Cloud certified including Kubernetes (KCNA, CKA, CKAD and CKS). He embraces Open Source and dedicated to help the community on how to build and secure Kubernetes cluster on different platforms, protect and migrate containers between on-premises and across cloud via automation. The automation source code can be found from GitHub. https://github.com/yongkanghe

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