17 November 2020
Welcome to KubeCon North America. It seems only yesterday that we were together in San Diego. Though we’re farther apart physically this year, the Kubernetes community continues to go strong.
17 August 2020
Today, we're excited to tell you about even more capabilities that can help you along on your cloud native journey to Kubernetes on Azure.
18 June 2020
Today, we’ll explore some strategies that you can leverage on Azure to optimize your cloud-native application development process using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and managed databases, such as Azure Cosmos DB and Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
28 April 2020
Announcing the general availability of Windows Server container support on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
24 February 2020
Content creation has never been as in demand as it is today. Both professional and user-generated content has increased exponentially over the past years.
30 January 2020
Hyperledger Fabric on Azure Kubernetes Service solution template
02 December 2019
Today we are excited to offer a new solution to bind Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Application Gateway. The new solution provides an open source Application Gateway Ingress Controller for Kubernetes, which makes it possible for AKS customers to leverage Application Gateway to expose their cloud software to the Internet.
19 November 2019
Confidentiality of your data and your code is critical in computing. In the ephemeral world of container orchestration, we need even more attention to protecting data. Ensuring confidentiality at rest and in flight is difficult enough; until now, it has been even harder to ensure that your data is protected during processing.
13 November 2019
Over the past few years, we’ve seen significant changes in how an application is thought of and developed, especially with the adoption of containers and the move from traditional monolithic applications to microservices applications.
Senior Program Manager, Azure Application Platform Container Compute
06 November 2019
Using products like Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), organizations are able to build distributed applications that are more resilient and dynamically scalable, while enabling portability in the cloud and at the edge.