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Generally Available: Azure Kubernetes Fleet Manager workload orchestration

Published date: May 21, 2024

Workload orchestration for Azure Kubernetes Fleet Manager is now generally available with several enhancements, giving you more control over upgrade and workload placement scenarios.

With availability based app rollout, Kubernetes Fleet Manager will perform availability checks on Kubernetes workload type resources such as deployment, statefulset, daemonset, job when rolling out an update. This helps ensure that staged rollouts only proceed when your workloads are ready.

You can now also set taints to restrict deployment and avoid application scheduling to specific member clusters. For added flexibility you can additionally set tolerations to allow scheduling to clusters with matching taints.

Learn more about Kubernetes Fleet Manager advanced rollout here:

Learn more about Kubernetes Fleet Manager taints and app tolerations here:

  • Azure Kubernetes Fleet Manager
  • Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
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