Daniel's Tech Blog

Cloud Computing, Cloud Native & Kubernetes

Category: Azure

  • Change the replication type of an Azure storage account

    Last year I wrote a blog post about migrating an Azure storage account from LRS to ZRS replication. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/migrate-an-azure-storage-account-from-lrs-to-zrs-replication-without-downtime/ Back then, this procedure required the involvement of Azure support via a support ticket. Things have changed since then, and now you can initiate the migration yourself. Select the storage account you want to migrate…

  • Learnings from the field – Running Fluent Bit on Azure Kubernetes Service – Part 2

    This is the second part of a three-part series about “Learnings from the field – Running Fluent Bit on Azure Kubernetes Service”. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/learnings-from-the-field-running-fluent-bit-on-azure-kubernetes-service-part-1/ Logging is one of the central aspects when operating Kubernetes. The easiest way to get started with it is by using the solution your cloud provider provides. On Azure, this is…

  • Learnings from the field – Running Fluent Bit on Azure Kubernetes Service – Part 1

    This is the first part of a three-part series about “Learnings from the field – Running Fluent Bit on Azure Kubernetes Service”. Logging is one of the central aspects when operating Kubernetes. The easiest way to get started with it is by using the solution your cloud provider provides. On Azure, this is Azure Monitor…

  • Azure Kubernetes Service – Using Kubernetes credential plugin kubelogin with Terraform

    In today’s blog post we have a look at the Kubernetes credential plugin kubelogin for Azure Kubernetes Service and how to use it with Terraform. -> https://github.com/Azure/kubelogin -> https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/access-authn-authz/authentication/#client-go-credential-plugins The Azure Kubernetes Service cluster I am using for demonstration is an AKS-managed Azure Active Directory one with local accounts disabled. Disabling the local accounts turns…

  • Azure Kubernetes Service news from KubeCon North America 2022

    Last week the KubeCon / CloudNativeCon North America took place in Detroit with a lot of news regarding Azure Kubernetes Service. Let us now walk through what has been announced for AKS. Microsoft further enhances the different CNI options that are available for Azure Kubernetes Service. Besides the standard of Azure CNI with Azure Network…

  • Apply configuration changes to the default node pool in AKS via Bicep

    In today’s blog post we look into the Bicep and how to apply configuration changes to the default node pool in Azure Kubernetes Service within the same Bicep template. What sounds easy on the first look gets nasty if all the things shall be done within the same template like creating an Azure Kubernetes Service…

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