Deploying Applications in AKS vs Container Apps

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A demo heavy session on how to deploy an application in the two main Kubernetes based offerings in Azure - Azure Kubernetes Service and Container Apps. We will look at how the two offerings compare via a practical demonstration in deploying a sample application to both offerings using GitHub Actions and look at how to manage each of the two platforms from an operational perspective. After this session you should have more information on which platform is the best fit for you and your company for running your containerised workloads,


Craig Moyle

Lead Engineer (Azure) - Mantel Group

Senior Cloud Consultant with over 8 years' experience across Azure and AWS Clouds, working for some of Australia's most innovative organisations. During this time, Craig worked on projects for some of Australia's leading companies, including ANZ, NAB, Telstra and BHP. Specialising in: * Infrastructure modernisation * Cloud migrations * Automating the deployment and management of Cloud estates * Solution design and implementation * DevOps practices

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