Monthly updates for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS): October 2022
Leverage next generation eBPF dataplane for pod networking, Kubernetes network policies and service load balancing.
Get reliability and consistency from cloud to edge across the AKS using the Mariner container optimized OS.
You can now benefit from the latest features in Kubernetes version 1.25.
The CSI Extensible API is now generally available in AKS.
Take advantage of the latest features in Dapr v1.9.0 with Dapr extension for AKS and Arc-enabled Kubernetes.
Azure Service Operator (ASO) now has an integration with Workload Identity.
You can now use the IP Virtual Server (IPVS) load balancer with AKS, with configurable connection scheduling and TCP/UDP timeouts.
You can now more easily remove unused and vulnerable images stored on AKS nodes.
Premium SSD v2 support is now generally available on AKS.
Vertical Pod Autoscaler can help you reduce operational overhead, increase savings and improve stability of your cluster.
AKS will start using Ubuntu 22 instead of Ubuntu 18 as the Ubuntu version for node pools.
Announcing the general availability of confidential node pools on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with AMD SEV-SNP confidential VMs.
Benefit from ARM64's better price, compute performance, and lower power utilization in AKS node pools.
Benefit from independent software vendor (ISV) created Kubernetes solutions in the Azure Marketplace that offer simple, click through deployments.
Workload identity provides a simpler approach for managing identities and overcomes limitations of Azure Active Directory pod-managed identity.
You can now benefit from the latest Windows Server 2022 features in AKS.
Generally available: 5,000 node scale in AKS
You can now get notification via Event Grid when a new Kubernetes version is available on AKS.
Azure Kubernetes Service has new hybrid deployment options.
We are expanding Azure Hybrid Benefit for Windows Server Software Assurance (SA) customers to easily modernize with Azure, wherever they are.
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