Now, you can take your containerized app to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) in a few simple steps by using GitHub Actions.
A GitHub Actions workflow will be configured for your GitHub repository. The workflow builds and deploys a container image to an AKS cluster every time new commits are pushed to a given branch of the GitHub repository.
Once you have set up you will be able to trace the GitHub commits and issues that got deployed to the Deployment workload. For this we have added a “ChangeLog” view in context of Deployment Workload in Azure Kubernetes Service. This view has
You can extend the default GitHub Actions Workflow and add richer capabilities: like provisioning additional Azure resources, deploying to another AKS cluster, running scripts or for running container scanning, integration tests.
We are adding support for configuring GitHub Actions for Azure Kubernetes Service in Deployment Center in Azure Portal as well as Azure Kubernetes Service extension in Visual Studio Code. Now you can create the appropriate GitHub Actions workflows in the context of your favourite tool - Azure Portal or Visual Studio Code.
The AKS Deployment Center shows you all the workflows that are targeting that particular AKS cluster. This gives you a quick summary view of what workflows that are updating your cluster, thereby giving you details of what process is being followed for the deployments.
We are adding a couple of additional commands in the Azure Kubernetes Service Visual Studio Code extension,
If you have any changes you’d like to see or suggestions for these features, then we’d love your feedback as well as contributions to the GitHub Action repository taking pull requests. If you encounter a problem with any specific action, you can also open an issue on the action repository.
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