• Draft is an open-source project that helps developers go from a noncontainerized application to running on Kubernetes with ease. As a developer with Draft, you don’t have to go through an extensive ramp of containers, container registries, Kubernetes, and deployment methods to get your app running as a container on Azure Kubernetes.

  • With Kubernetes there are a ton of options out there for where to run your Kubernetes. For example, you can run it on servers in your own data center, run it on servers in cloud, or use a Kubernetes managed service as all of the major cloud providers have a managed Kubernetes offering now. In this post we are going to focus on when to use Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) or run your own Kubernetes cluster.

  • It is common these days to package web applications as containers and host them in cloud. On Azure there are many options for hosting containers. One that is often overlooked is Azure App Service Web App for Containers. In this blog post we are going to dive deeper into Web App for Containers, however, before we do, let’s explore Azure App Service a little.

  • Network Watcher is an Azure service that brings together a combo of tools in a central place to diagnose the health of and monitor Azure networking. In your Azure environments, it can also help analyze usage and act as a central logging control for Azure network resources.

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