Tag Archives: Bicep

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 cluster, adding additional node pools, or changing the configuration of existing ones. Read more [...]

How to change the node size of the default node pool in AKS without downtime?

Currently, as of writing this blog post, Azure Kubernetes Service does not support changing the node size of the default node pool or additional node pools without recreating the whole AKS cluster or the additional node pool. Having all the configuration in infrastructure as code whether it is Bicep or Terraform seems to be a dead end for this simple operation. If we change the node size in our Read more [...]