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AKS and NewRelic
Published Apr 13, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
As we look at various APM and Logging tools, one suite that deserves attention is NewRelic. New Relic is not a new player, having been founded in 2008 by Lew Cirne (anagram of ‘new relic’) and goi...
Azure Arc for Servers (Preview)
Published Apr 6, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
Azure Arc is a preview feature for Azure that will let you manage in Azure resources outside of Azure. So far they’ve discussed Arc for databases, servers and Kubernetes. I was recently given acc...
AKS and Ingress : Constraining Access
Published Apr 3, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
In my last missive I detailed out AKS and Ingress using NGinx Ingress Controllers. For public facing services this can be sufficient. However, many businesses require tighter controls - either for...
AKS and Ingress, again
Published Mar 28, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
I wrote most of my Azure Kubernetes guides a while back in a time where Helm 2 was standard and RBAC was an optional add-in. Recently when doing AKS work for work, I realized really how much has c...
Getting Started with KEDA
Published Mar 14, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
A few weeks ago, a coworker of mine posted to our slack this medium articleabout KEDA and Kafka.I wasn’t familiar with Kubernetes-based Event Driven Autoscaler (KEDA)and wanted to find out more. It...
K8s and Redis; a tale of Layer 4 Ingress
Published Mar 4, 2020 by Isaac Johnson
One thing that Kubernetes does particularly well is Layer 7 routing with Ingress. If you have an HTTP/HTTPS service, there are a slew of tutorials out there as well as best practices for routing t...
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