During theBuild 2018keynote, Scott Hanselman, with help from Scott Guthrie, showed developers the new features available in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) and Azure Dev Spaces. To help you learn how to deploy microservices written in any framework to AKS we've updated theSmartHotel360back-end microservices source code and deployment process to optimize it for AKS. You can clone, fork, or download theAKS and Azure Dev Spaces demoon GitHub.
Azure Kubernetes Service gives developers the best experience for building microservices in any platform including Java, .NET Core, or Node.js, to name a few used in this demo's source code, using Kubernetes and containers. The diagram below shows a high-level snapshot of the back-end APIs housed in the AKS cluster once you deploy this repository's source code to AKS.