Tag Archives: Terraform

Terraform – Deploy an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster with multiple node pools

The multiple node pool feature for AKS is currently in preview. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/use-multiple-node-pools Multiple node pools enable us to define a different amount of worker nodes, a different VM size or even that the nodes in the node pool should run across different AZs (Availability Zones) in an Azure region per node pool. Today we walk through the steps Read more [...]

Pin Terraform version in Azure Cloud Shell

When you cannot always work with the latest Terraform version for you Infrastructure as Code deployments and need to stick to a specific one like 0.12.10 for instance, then you should continue reading. The Azure Cloud Shell is Microsoft’s CLI as a Service offering in Azure and provides you with a browser-based interface that is accessible from everywhere and comes with a rich tool set. -> Read more [...]

Configuring Azure Kubernetes Service via the Terraform OSS Azure Resource Provider to use a custom DNS server for domain specific name resolution

I have already written about on how to use a custom DNS server for domain specific name resolution with AKS a couple of weeks ago. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/using-custom-dns-server-for-domain-specific-name-resolution-with-azure-kubernetes-service/ Today I am writing about how you can leverage the newly announced Terraform OSS Azure Resource Provider for the same configuration with Read more [...]