A full Journey to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

English Intermediate DevOps

Docker-based services are indispensable nowadays and Kubernetes has become the number 1 container orchestrator. Besides a short introduction to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS), we will set up a complete cluster from 0 to 100 and integrate it into an Azure Environment. The topics covered include: AKS Deployment (ARM/CLI), AAD Integration, Public Endpoints with nginx Ingress or Application Gateway/WAF, Certificate Management, Scaling and Zero-Downtime Deployments.


Marc Müller

Principal Consultant @ 4tecture GmbH

Marc Müller is a principal consultant for DevOps and .NET / Azure solutions at 4tecture GmbH and has been recognized by Microsoft as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for Developer Technologies (Azure DevOps). He has been able to bring his DevOps expertise and know-how for enterprise architectures and component-based distributed systems to many projects over the past few years. As a trainer and speaker, he focuses on the training and coaching of DevOps and .NET project teams.

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