Kubernetes Storage on Azure 1 of 3 – built-in storage and NFS

In the previous post, we understand that to host stateful workload, we need to manage persistent storage to the Kubernetes platform. In this post, I will explore the different storage options. These options are specific to Azure Kubernetes service. However, the principals apply to any Kubernetes platform regardless of cloud vendor. In another old post, … Read moreKubernetes Storage on Azure 1 of 3 – built-in storage and NFS

AKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

Even though Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is a managed service, building a cluster is not trivial. For help resources, I would start with the webinar “Configure Your AKS cluster with Confidence” from April 2021, which focuses on a set of working best practices (convention over configuration) but obviously not every recommendation suits every use case. … Read moreAKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

Infrastructure deployment in Terraform 2/2

In a previous post, I introduced Terraform Cloud and covered how to use AWS profiles with Terraform. This time I explored some alternatives to Terraform Cloud, in the context of Azure. I use Scalr as an example of multi-cloud management platform. I will also discuss some issues I’ve came across while managing permissions and variables … Read moreInfrastructure deployment in Terraform 2/2

Azure Deets

Both Azure and AWS are leading players in public cloud. AWS developed a lot of SMB customer in technology. Azure attracted many enterprises from their on-prem customers. In addition to clienteles, their models to manage resources in the cloud are also different in several aspects. While this post is by no means a comprehensive comparison, … Read moreAzure Deets