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AKS simplifies the task of deploying new Kubernetes releases by enabling users to configure automatic cluster upgrades.
Financially backed uptime SLA for AKS private clusters is now available.
Azure Key Vault provider for Secrets Store CSI driver allows you to get secret contents stored in an Azure Key Vault instance. Azure Key Vault simplifies the task of securing and using cryptographic keys and other secrets with AKS. With this new feature, you can use the Secrets Store CSI driver interface to mount secrets into Kubernetes pods while benefiting from the increased security and control via the Azure Key Vault. AKS customers can use this new capability to mount enterprise grade external secrets stores to AKS pods, thereby simplifying access to secrets, keys, and certificates in a secure manner. You can now mount secrets stored in Azure Key Vault into Kubernetes pods.
You can now view live monitoring data for private clusters.
Now access all your Kubernetes related visualizations such as Node-disk, Node-network, Workloads & Persistent Volume, and many more in new Reports(tab). As part of this update you can also view, search, and filter pod Live Logs of AKS deployments for quick troubleshooting.
Azure portal now provides a Kubernetes resource view that improves the developer experience and simplifies dev/test scenarios.
Access cloud resources securely from AKS applications using Azure Active Directory (AAD).
Azure Stack Edge includes a managed Kubernetes environment so you can deploy your containerized apps to the edge with the click of a button.
AKS updates in general availability include ephemeral OS disk support, AKS containerd support, maxSurge support, Kubernetes 1.19 support, and more.
This initial release of solutions jointly developed between Microsoft and Oracle enables you to bring your WebLogic workloads to a managed Kubernetes service on Azure.
Use Azure Spot with Azure Kubernetes Service to save on compute costs for workloads that can tolerate interruptions
Co-locate agent nodes and minimize node-to-node latency with AKS support for proximity placement groups.
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.
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