Tag Archives: AKS

View AKS kubelet logs via serial console for Azure VMs

As you may now you can view the kubelet logs from an AKS node for troubleshooting purposes. The guidance provided in the Microsoft documentation lets spin you up a container in the AKS cluster which you then use to jump on the node via an SSH connection. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/ssh -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/kubelet-logs Another way you can use Read more [...]

Speaking at Experts Live Europe 2018 in Prague

We are only a month a way from one of the superb conferences held in Europe, Experts Live Europe. Being in Berlin the last two times Experts Live Europe takes place this year in the beautiful city of Prague. Why you should attend, if you have not a ticket yet? The answer is easy. Learning from top industry experts, networking, having a good time and making new friends. Most of the experts Read more [...]

Sending logs from the Azure Kubernetes Service master endpoint to Log Analytics

Azure provides native monitoring capabilities for an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster based on Azure Monitor, Azure Log Analytics and the Container Insights solution. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/monitor-azure-kubernetes-service-with-azure-monitor-container-health/ But this covers only the part for the agent nodes and the containers that are running on them. If you want to have the logs Read more [...]

Using dysk in Azure Kubernetes Service as persistent storage option

When you are running stateful microservices on your AKS cluster and you are looking for a persistent storage options beside native Azure PaaS services like Cosmos DB, Azure SQL Database, Azure Database for MySQL or Azure Database for PostgreSQL, then you have two options. Per default Kubernetes supports Azure Disk and Azure File as storage classes natively. -> https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/storage/storage-classes/#azure-disk -> Read more [...]

Building ARM-based container images with VSTS and Azure Container Registry Build

Azure Container Registry Build is currently in preview, but it is an awesome feature of ACR. But what is ACR Build? It is a native container build capability directly integrated into the Azure Container Registry. So, we do not need container build agents anymore. The latest update of ACR Build includes the support for ARM-based container images. -> https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/stevelasker/2018/07/25/acr-build-preview-now-supported-in-all-public-regions/ That Read more [...]

Build Azure Kubernetes Service cluster with bring your own Virtual Network on Azure

At Build this year Microsoft announced the Custom VNET with Azure CNI integration for Azure Kubernetes Service. -> https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/kubernetes-on-azure/ Even this was some month ago I would like to walk you through the necessary planning and deployment steps for the bring your own Virtual Network option here. Before we start a deployment, we must ensure to meet the Read more [...]

Deploy ARM-based container images with Azure Kubernetes Service on your Azure IoT Edge devices

In my previous blog post I showed you how to build ARM-based container images with VSTS. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/building-arm-based-container-images-with-vsts-for-your-azure-iot-edge-deployments/ Now, we need to deploy our container applications or in IoT Edge jargon our container modules onto the edge devices. For the deployment we will use an AKS cluster with the IoT Edge virtual Read more [...]

Configuring Azure Kubernetes Service via the Terraform OSS Azure Resource Provider to use a custom DNS server for domain specific name resolution

I have already written about on how to use a custom DNS server for domain specific name resolution with AKS a couple of weeks ago. -> https://www.danielstechblog.io/using-custom-dns-server-for-domain-specific-name-resolution-with-azure-kubernetes-service/ Today I am writing about how you can leverage the newly announced Terraform OSS Azure Resource Provider for the same configuration with Read more [...]

Building ARM-based container images with VSTS for your Azure IoT Edge deployments

Currently, I am working and playing around with Azure IoT Edge deployments in combination with Azure Kubernetes Service and a Raspberry Pi 2. The files referenced in through out the blog article can be found in my GitHub repository. -> https://github.com/neumanndaniel/kubernetes/tree/master/iotedge/webserver My first challenge was to find a way on how to build ARM-based container images Read more [...]

Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Active Directory integration

Last week Microsoft announced the GA of Azure Kubernetes Service. Since then we can integrate Azure Active Directory with Azure Kubernetes Service. When enabling Azure Active Directory integration, AKS requires that RBAC is also enabled. A detailed configuration guide can be found in the Azure documentation. -> https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/aks/aad-integration Before you can make Read more [...]