Deploying a multi-container application to Azure Kubernetes Services

English Intermediate Containers

Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is the quickest way to use Kubernetes on Azure. Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) manages your hosted Kubernetes environment, making it straightforward to deploy and manage containerized applications without requiring container orchestration expertise. It also enhances agility, scalability, and availability of your containerized workloads. Azure DevOps further streamlines AKS operations by providing continuous build and deployment capabilities. In this session, we will learn how to deploy a multi-container application to Azure Kubernetes Services Who is the target attendee? IT Developers/Consultants Why would that person want to attend your session? - To start your journey with AKS and build a multi-container application. What can the attendee walk away with? - What is a multi-container Application? - How to deploy the multi-container application to Azure Kubernetes Services.? - How to build automated pipelines using Azure DevOps to deploy Applications to AKS?


Rajaniesh Kaushikk

Enterprise Cloud Solution Architect

Rajaniesh Kaushikk is a TOGAF Certified Enterprise Architect with 20 years of extensive experience in successfully delivering complex software application Architecture and solutions for Fortune 500 companies. He is an expert in Digital Transformation, Architecting, and developing modern applications in Azure, IoT, Edge, Microservices, and BOTS. Rajaniesh is a mentor, a speaker, and the man behind Rajaniesh is Microsoft certified trainer and Microsoft Certified Architect Expert. Rajaniesh loves writing technical blogs and community contributions via various forums and won several recognitions. Rajaniesh can be reached via his blog and youtube channel: ​

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