Brendan Burns joins Lara Rubbelke to discuss GA of Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Developers can drastically simplify how they build and run container-based solutions without deep Kubernetes expertise.For more information:Quickstart: Deploy an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) clusterAzure Container Hackfest repo on GitHubSample: BikeSharing360Node repo on GitHubAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) product pageAzure Kubernetes Service RoadmapNew eBook: Kubernetes objects on Microsoft AzureCreate a free account (Azure)
Siemens Healthineers leverages technology to connect medical devices to the cloud through Azure Container Service (AKS).
Brendan Burns joins Donovan Brown to discuss how you can quickly and easily build a containerized Node.js app on Linux and deploy it to Azure Kubernetes Service using Visual Studio Code and the Visual Studio Code Kubernetes Extension.For more information:Kubernetes Extension for Visual Studio CodeSource code for the Kubernetes Extension on GitHubCreate a free account (Azure)
In this session, we will show how to simplify the deployment, management, and operations of Kubernetes using Azure Container Service (AKS). We will demonstrate how to use Brigade - a framework for scripting together multiple tasks and executing them inside of containers and Kashti - an open source reporting dashboard web interface to easily manage and visualize their Brigade events and projects through a web browser. Additionally, we will provide comparisons of the wide variety of tools in the Kubernetes ecosystem for CI/CD, observability, storage and networking. In this session, we will show how to simplify the deployment, management, and operations of Kubernetes using Azure Container Service (AKS). We will demonstrate how to use Brigade - a framework for scripting together multiple tasks and executing them inside of containers and Kashti - an open source reporting dashboard web interface to easily manage and visualize their Brigade events and projects through a web browser. Additionally, we will provide comparisons of the wide variety of tools in the Kubernetes ecosystem for CI/CD, observability, storage and networking.
Microservices are highly scalable, resilient, and composable units of deployment for modern applications. But building them is hard. There are a lot of development and deployment considerations to take into account. In this session we'll show you how we're making .NET Core microservices easier to build with new application patterns in .NET Core 2.1 as well as how to deploy and manage them with Kubernetes and Helm.
AI/ML expert Paige Bailey takes you on a tour of the powerful services available on Azure. You'll see how to take your predictive model to production, dynamically train it online with streaming updates, and add realtime data to your models from IoT sources. Paige covers Azure DataBricks, Batch AI, KubeFlow + AKS, Stream Analytics, and Event Hubs in a session you won't want to miss.
Microservices is an architectural style that can bring many benefits when building cloud-scale apps. But working with microservices can be painful. Developers working on one or two microservices in an app that has 10s find it difficult to reproduce the entire application locally to test their changes. In a team that's working in parallel on different parts of an application, developers often find surprises when they integrate their changes. This session will show you how to rapidly iterate and debug code directly in Kubernetes. You get to use familiar dev tools like Visual Studio Code and Visual Studio with the programming language of your choice, but you are always working on Kubernetes in the cloud, in the context of your team and overall application.
Microsoft is delivering a flexible AI platform for organizations and developers to infuse intelligence into their products and services using tools and services like Microsoft Cognitive Services, Azure Bot Service, Azure Machine Learning, and Cognitive Toolkit. In this session, we provide a high-level view of the Microsoft AI Platform and show demos for you to amplify your ingenuity with intelligent technology.
Azure and Kubernetes go together like peanut butter and jelly with Azure offering many options to host Kubernetes. In this session, we'll show you how to mix the Open Source tools you already use with the powerful Kubernetes hosting options on Azure. Take your deployment and orchestration to the next level!
Rome Li joins Donovan Brown to discuss how to run your Java microservices in Kubernetes with the help of Visual Studio Code. Java Extension Pack lets you work with Java code and projects. Spring Boot Extension Pack makes it very efficient to work with Spring Boot applications. And Kubernetes Extension visualizes Kubernetes resources and makes it easier to work with kubectl and manifest files.For more information:VS Code for Java TutorialJava Extension Pack for VS CodeSpring Boot Extension Pack for VS CodeKubernetes Extension for VS CodeDocker Extension for VS CodeService Catalog InstallationOpen Service Broker for Azure Quick StartCreate a free account (Azure)
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