Category Archives: Azure

Azure Policy As Code – Accelerate governance in cloud

The cloud, in the context of technology, has many definitions and types—ranging fromits simplest form of using shared resources, to a fully automated environment withextreme standardization. Various departments in your organization would be creating, updating and terminating resources in cloud. What does this really mean in practice, and how is it relevant to your organization?The answer is simple: technology exists

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Horizontal pod autoscaling(HPA) in Azure aks

Hey folks!! its been a couple of months that couldn’t do a writeup on a topic. Having been closely watching the Rise and the Rise of Kubernetes based solutions off late I found the Auto scaling concepts pretty exciting. There are 3 different ways of scaling in kuberenetes Horizontal Pod AutoScaler(HPA) – Declarative Pod Resource Request based scaling Cluster Node

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Making sense of kubernetes Resource reservations in Azure AKS

I was running through kubernetes core concepts w.r.t Azure AKS and came across this Microsoft documentation here. Naturally it took me some time(actually a lot of time) to understand and grasp the internals of how the compute and memory resources are allocated/reserved for pods in kubernetes. Hence writing this post share some some insights of my learning on this. Compute

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Kick start Kubernetes Managed Service(AKS) on Azure Series(Part-2)

In my previous post here we went through how to start deploying Azure AKS Cluster. Before we start deploying applications on AKS, i want to drill down little more into Logical components in Kubernetes(k8s) and how they are mapped to physical components in managed kubernetes services providers like Azure AKS. Kubernetes is a cluster technology. In the container world there

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Service Fabric Use case: E-commerce

To bring new services to their customers and optimize their operations, e-commerce/airline companies are adopting cloud computing as a key element in their long-term strategy. The systems supporting their website enable people to make add products to cart/reservations, look up products/travel information, manage their plans, get customer support, and more. Customers provide personal information and make payments through the website, so

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