In this session, Geert Baeke looks at Flux V2 and Azure. He talks about best practices around structuring your git repositories, managing your deployments, and handling secrets. With GitOps you will supercharge your deployments to your Kubernetes clusters, wherever they are running.
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
How happy would you be if you got a chance to test your app in the same platform/environment as your production? Azure slots do that for you. To be more precise you get to test it in your production environment. Azure App Services is one of the extremely useful services consisting of web apps, API… READ MORE
A while ago I wrote two articles about how you can automate the publishing process of your SharePoint Framework scripts and solution package via custom gulp tasks. Info: you can find the articles here and here. These gulp tasks are already a great step forward but still, requires you to manually launch these gulp commands… READ MORE