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Cloud Computing, Cloud Native & Kubernetes

Tag: helm

  • Speaking at Azure Saturday Cologne

    After a break of nearly five months from public speaking I am back on stage since October. The last public speaking engagement was in May at the European Collaboration Summit in Wiesbaden. Then in October I presented the topic “Terraform on Azure” at the Azure Meetup Bonn hosted by LeanIX. The next event I am…

  • Installing Helm and Azure IoT Edge on a k3s Kubernetes cluster on Raspbian

    This is the third and last blog post in a series covering k3s a new Kubernetes distribution by Rancher. -> https://k3s.io/ In this post we focus on the Azure IoT Edge deployment on Kubernetes via the package manager tool Helm. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/iot-edge/about-iot-edge -> https://helm.sh/ The topic is divided in two parts. First about the automated…

  • Running Azure Functions on Kubernetes like on Azure in the consumption plan

    Azure Functions 2.0 introduced the capability to run Functions in a container. So, you have the choice to run your Functions natively on Azure in the consumption plan for automated massive scale or in a container on your Azure Kubernetes Service or Kubernetes cluster. But how you configure automated scaling for a Functions application in…

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