Tag: Microsoft

Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

In the previous blog, we talked about what Windows containers are and how developers can start using them for modernizing their applications. In this blog, we will look at how you can deploy a Kubernetes cluster that uses Windows Server nodes as the worker nodes to run these Windows containers. As we discussed in the … Continue reading Installing Kubernetes cluster using Windows Server nodes

Windows Containers 101

Windows Containers 101

It took a while to recover from all the VMworld goodness, but now its time to start working on the next thing, which is MS Ignite. Ignite is just 4 weeks away at this point, so I decided to start tinkering my way through a Windows Server-based Kubernetes Cluster. If you missed the announcement back … Continue reading Windows Containers 101

Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 2

Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 2

This is the second part of the two-part blog series around everything that you need to know about Azure Storage. In the first part, we looked at what Azure Storage is, And what are the different services that are part of Azure Storage. In this blog, we will focus on Replication, Encryption, Cost, Access Control … Continue reading Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 2

Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 1

Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 1

If you were looking for a one-stop shop to learn everything there is to learn about Microsoft Azure Storage, then look no further. You found it! You hit the jackpot! Now, let's get serious. In this two-part blog series, I have covered everything that you need to know from an Azure Storage perspective. What the different … Continue reading Everything you need to know to about Azure Storage – Part 1