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Tag: AKS

  • Running Fluent Bit on Azure Linux in Azure Kubernetes Service

    In May this year, Microsoft announced the general availability of the Azure Linux support in Azure Kubernetes Service. -> https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/updates/generally-available-azure-linux-support-in-aks/?WT.mc_id=AZ-MVP-5000119 -> https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/linux-and-open-source-blog/introducing-the-azure-linux-container-host-for-aks/ba-p/3824101?WT.mc_id=AZ-MVP-5000119 Azure Linux is Microsoft’s Linux distribution of CBL-Mariner. -> https://github.com/microsoft/CBL-Mariner You can choose now between using Ubuntu or Azure Linux as the host operating system for your node pools in Azure Kubernetes Service,…

  • Configuring Istio using the Kubernetes Gateway API

    The Kubernetes Gateway API is the successor of the Kubernetes Ingress API and is currently in beta state. More and more projects add support for the Gateway API like Istio. -> https://istio.io/latest/blog/2022/gateway-api-beta/ -> https://istio.io/latest/blog/2022/getting-started-gtwapi/ In today’s blog post, I walk you through how to configure Istio using the Kubernetes Gateway API. At the time of…

  • Azure Kubernetes Service news from KubeCon Europe 2023

    Last month the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe took place in Amsterdam with a lot of news regarding Azure Kubernetes Service. Let us now walk through some of the highlights that have been announced for Azure Kubernetes Service. A lot of networking news has been made at KubeCon Europe. Starting with the general availability of the…

  • Using Kata Containers on Azure Kubernetes Service for sandboxing containers

    Last year I wrote a blog post about running gVisor on Azure Kubernetes for sandboxing containers. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/running-gvisor-on-azure-kubernetes-service-for-sandboxing-containers/ Back then, the only managed Kubernetes service that supported sandboxing containers in dedicated node pools was Google Kubernetes Engine via gVisor. A few weeks back, Microsoft announced the public preview of Kata Containers for Azure Kubernetes Service.…

  • Learnings from the field – Running Fluent Bit on Azure Kubernetes Service – Part 3

    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/ -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/learnings-from-the-field-running-fluent-bit-on-azure-kubernetes-service-part-2/ 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…

  • 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…

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