First published on MSDN on Jan 22, 2018
We consolidated various materials and built out a 44-page eBook from AzureCAT's Mahesh Kshirsagar:
An introduction to deployment options based on a simple ASP.NET Core web application
Consider this e-book a jumping off point for Kubernetes development projects on Azure. Mahesh Kshirsagar of the Azure Customer Advisory Team (AzureCAT) introduces Kubernetes objects for Azure deployments. This e-book attempts to demystify Kubernetes by focusing on a real-life scenario in which a basic-tiered application is deployed using pods and controllers. Mahesh walks you through the steps to deploy a simple application with a web front end running ASP.NET Core 1.0 and a back end with a SQL Server container running on Linux. Scripts and guidance are available in the accompanying GitHub repository.
The sample app shows you how to use Azure Container Service with Kubernetes.
The sample app, script, and files are available on GitHub:
|ASP.NET Core application||https://github.com/Azure-Samples/choose-right-kubernetes-object-for-azure-workloads-demo-app|
|SQL Server back-end creation script||https://github.com/Azure-Samples/choose-right-kubernetes-object-for-azure-workloads-demo-app/tree/m...|
|Kubernetes SQL Server StatefulSet creation manifest||https://github.com/Azure-Samples/choose-right-kubernetes-object-for-azure-workloads-demo-app/blob/m...|
|Kubernetes ASP.NET Core HorizontalPodAutoScaler manifest||https://github.com/Azure-Samples/choose-right-kubernetes-object-for-azure-workloads-demo-app/blob/m...|
You can also find various aspects of this eBook as online articles:
We hope you find this content useful!
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- Ninja Ed
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