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Learn about new Windows Server container related capabilities in AKS
Orchestrate your container applications with hardware based isolation and data-in-use protection through Intel SGX enclaves. Supporting both enclave aware containers and confidential containers (unmodified container apps)
AKS users now have the flexibility to use a different storage class instead of the default storage class.
This Visual Studio Code extension enables developers to use AKS periscope and AKS diagnostics in their development workflow to quickly diagnose and troubleshoot their clusters.
Ubuntu 18.04 is now the default Node Operating System on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Achieve unified management and access control across Azure resources, AKS, and Kubernetes resources.
You can now set policies beyond the Azure Resource Manager level and drive in-depth compliance across pods, namespaces, ingress, and other Kubernetes resources.
Customers can save on time and costs by using the start/stop AKS clusters.
Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) on Azure Stack HCI enables developers and admins to deploy and manage containerized apps on Azure Stack HCI.
AKS users can now benefit from features in Kubernetes 1.19 release
If a pod writes a large amount of data to the etc/hosts file within Azure Kubernetes Service, it can potentially cause the node to fail.
There is a potential risk to nodes if an attacker is able to intercept certain requests to the Kubelet. See if you're vulnerable and how to mitigate.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports Container Storage Interface (CSI), a standard for exposing arbitrary block and file storage systems to containerized workloads on Kubernetes. This offers more flexibility in exposing storage systems in Kubernetes.
You can now easily see when your AKS resources were unavailable due to any problems encountered as well as under any maintenance operation.
AKS now supports ephemeral OS disk for AKS agent nodes in public preview.
Users can now initiate a targeted upgrade to agent nodes for a given node pool to pull the latest available node updates and patches without requiring a full cluster upgrade
Kubernetes resource view allows developers to use point and click navigation to see live, in-depth details of their workloads.
To improve the security of your Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster, secure your pods with Azure Policy (in preview). Users can choose from a list of built-in options and apply those policies to secure pods.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports creation of clusters and node pools with containerd, an industry-standard container runtime, in preview. Containerd enhances pod creation speed as well as stability.
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) now supports bring-your-own identities for the control plane managed identity.
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