WordPress, Drupal, and other PHP-based websites power more than 40% of all public websites. Microsoft Azure provides numerous ways to scale websites that are IO intensive including Azure App Service, Azure Virtual Machine, and Azure Kubernetes Service. Join this session to see the variety of tools at your disposal to meet the needs of the most resource demanding websites. We take a look at deployment patterns for all sizes of PHP sites, from the tiniest static pages to the largest, most extreme sites you can imagine.
As a managed Kubernetes service, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) makes a cluster management much easier. You don’t need to worry about monitoring master nodes, managing, or figuring out how to safely perform a Kubernetes upgrade. However, there are still a few tasks you are responsible for. In this demo-heavy session, we show you how to simplify the deployment, management, and operations of Kubernetes. We also dive into the tools and best practices to help you with things like cluster and pod scaling, OS patch management, and container monitoring. This is the perfect session if you want to boost your confidence in managing an AKS cluster and the learn about the tools to do that job.
The hype around containers still outweighs production deployments, but it's time for network and cloud architects to prepare for the unique challenges brought in before starting your deployment! How does Kubernetes communication work? - Container-to-container - Pod-to-pod - Pod-to-service - Service-to-external Should I use Azure CNI plug-in or not? How do I build network security? Join this session for answers, and learn the essentials of how these different overlay and underlay control planes works in an Azure Kubernetes Service context.
Containers have quietly been taking over the world of infrastructure, especially amongst developers and CI/CD practitioners. However, in the database space, container adoption has been lower. SQL Server 2017 introduced the concept of deploying databases into Docker containers. In this session, learn the fundamentals of creating containers, learn about Kubernetes for management, and how to further your learning in this new and emerging space.
Josh Gavant (Sr. Program Manager) joins Erik St. Martin to show you how to run your Go apps in a managed environment with Azure Web Apps. For larger applications, AKS offers a fully-managed Kubernetes cluster for any app and service.For more information:Go on AzureAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) overviewAzure App Service - Web Apps overviewAzure for Go developers - Tutorials, API ReferenceCreate a free account (Azure)Go on Azure series:Part 1—Build Go apps with Visual Studio CodePart 2—CI/CD, Docker, and Kubernetes with VSTSPart 3—Go on Web Apps and Azure Kubernetes ServicePart 4—Cloud-native Go appsPart 5—Build apps with the Azure SDK for GoPart 6—Events and messagingPart 7—Build a Go app with Buffalo and deploy to Azure
Anubhav Mishra (Developer Advocate, HashiCorp), joins Scott Hanselman to discuss how to use HashiCorp Terraform to create & manage Kubernetes clusters in Azure using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Mishra further explains the benefits of using Terraform to provision Azure infrastructure and demonstrates how to configure a Kubernetes cluster on AKS.For more information:HashiCorp Terraform overviewGet started with Terraform EnterpriseAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with Terraform (GitHub)Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) overviewDevOps Tools Integration - HashiCorp TerraformTerraform on Azure documentationCreate a free account (Azure)
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/kubernetes-service/Phippy and friends were conceived by Matt Butcher, Karen Chu, and Bailey Beougher and are licensed by the CNCF under the CC-BY license. More info at phippy.io"> This video provides a video introduction to Kubernetes in the form of a children's story. To learn about Azure support for Kubernetes, visit https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/kubernetes-service/Phippy and friends were conceived by Matt Butcher, Karen Chu, and Bailey Beougher and are licensed by the CNCF under the CC-BY license. More info at phippy.io
Kit Merker, VP of Business Development at JFrog shows how you can easily build and release software using popular DevOps tools including Git, Jenkins, Artifactory, and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). JFrog Artifactory is a universal package management binary repository that enables DevOps teams to go seamlessly from Code to Cloud, and support your build, push, and deployment to AKS. You'll also learn the importance of having a Kubernetes registry and the role of JFrog Artifactory to expedite your software releases with security, reliability, and greater transparency.For more information, see:Get a free trial of Artifactory on AzureWhy you need a Kubernetes Registry: JFrog ArtifactoryFrom Git to Cluster with JFrog Artifactory and AKSAzure Kubernetes Service (AKS)Create a free account (Azure)
This video will show you how to connect your container applications running in Kubernetes to Azure Database for MySQL by using the Open Service Broker for Azure. We will cover the rationale for using a Service Broker and walk you through a scenario where you can benefit from the built-in high availability and security offered by Azure Database for MySQL by connecting your container application using a standard, multi-cloud API. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for MySQL.
This video will show you how to connect your container applications running in Kubernetes to Azure Database for PostgreSQL by using the Open Service Broker for Azure. We will cover the rationale for using a Service Broker and walk you through a scenario where you can benefit from the built-in high availability and security offered by Azure Database for PostgreSQL by connecting your container application using a standard, multi-cloud API. This video is part of a series of demo videos that show how developers can migrate their applications or build advanced dev scenarios using Azure Database for PostgreSQL.
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