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Pengfei Ni
Microsoft Azure and Kubernetes Maintainer
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Craig Peters Jun 24
sharing work going on in container runtimes at 🇨🇳 to a full room!
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Microsoft Azure Jun 12
Azure Service (AKS) is now generally available in China, bringing AKS to 27 Azure regions. Read more:
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brendandburns May 17
Windows containers are now in public preview in Kubernetes Service!!! Many, many thanks to Patrick Lang, Michael^2 and the folks in SIG-Windows and AKS team for helping us achieve this milestone! Get started here:
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brendandburns May 2
This is literally the coolest thing. Local dev experience across SSH, WSL or containers from Life changing.
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brendandburns Mar 25
Windows containers will be GA in 1.14! So many congrats to the team for the incredible work here!!!
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Kubernetes Mar 1
📢 Security Announcement ➡️ v1.11.8, 1.12.6, 1.13.4 released to address medium severity CVE-2019-1002100
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brendandburns Feb 25
This is sooooo cool! Snapshot debugging enables a rich, step-based debugging experience with minimal impact on active production infrastructure!
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brendandburns Dec 17
More cool open source from Process a trillion streaming events per day!
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Pengfei Ni Dec 12
Best practices for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) | Microsoft Docs
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Kal Dec 10
Run clusters on with Azure Cosmos DB as its backing storage, instead of etcd. Zero ops data storage for your clusters. You can do that today (private preview) with a flip of a switch on your api model.
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Kubernetes Dec 3
1.13 is here, graduating simplified cluster management with , Storage Interface (CSI) & as the default DNS 🔗
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brendandburns Nov 8
Normally I don't comment on articles but this article is so totally wrong I feel the need to call it out. AKS is (and always will be) 100% open source kubernetes.
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Kubernetes Oct 8
Day 1️⃣ of our *5 Days of * series kicks-off with a "Support for Azure VMSS, Cluster-Autoscaler and User Assigned Identity" dive from & 🔗
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brendandburns Sep 27
Kubernetes 1.12 now released with GA support for Virtual Machine Scale Sets! Congrats to the 1.12 release team!
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Gabe Monroy Sep 11
Coming from an OSS CI/CD background, using Azure Pipelines (formerly VSTS) has been a pleasant surprise. Great UI, lots of features, clean YAML-based build configuration:
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Gabe Monroy Aug 23
Windows containers in Kubernetes with acs-engine in Azure /cc
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Gabe Monroy Jun 27
Announcing Open Service Broker for Azure 1.0 🙌
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Kubernetes Jun 27
Kubernetes 1.11 is here, with increased scalability & flexibility for production applications:
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brendandburns 14 Jun 18
PSA for all of you out in container land. Running random binaries from the internet (even inside a container) is still a bad idea, no matter how easy that Dockerfile makes it :)
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Richard Seroter 13 Jun 18
A number of differences between Kubernetes Services and new AWS one. Azure one doesn't charge for k8s management, and it builds and manages the workers. Instantiation seems much simpler too, from reading each service's docs.
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