Deployment and managing Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) requires careful planning and understanding of how AKS interacts with the Azure platform. This course will take you through all the options and decision-making process to manage AKS environments.
Understanding how to choose between the wide range of infrastructure configuration options available for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is a critical component of becoming and being a Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer. In this course, Microsoft Azure DevOps Engineer: Manage Azure Kubernetes Services Infrastructure, you'll develop an in-depth understanding of how to plan ahead, uncover relevant business and technical requirements, and then translate these into AKS-specific architectural and deployment decisions, which is of paramount importance. First, you’ll look at the history of Kubernetes on Azure as well as how Azure infrastructure is used to support AKS. Then, you’ll explore a wide range of infrastructure configuration choices which impact AKS and for which you’ll need to plan ahead. Finally, you’ll bring all this knowledge and learning together and provision both simple and complex AKS environments using a range of deployment tools, as well as deploy a complex, multi-tier application to AKS using Kubernetes package management. By the end of this course, you'll have a thorough understanding of the infrastructure that underpins and enables AKS, and how AKS interacts with underlying Azure platform. Topics:
- Course Overview
- Understanding Azure Kubernetes Service Infrastructure
- Understanding AKS Configuration Options
- Deploying Azure Kubernetes Services
- Developing an AKS Deployment Template
- Deploying an Application to AKS