Recently I have been deepening my learning of DevOps methodolgies, specifically around the vRealize Automation and Orchestrator platforms. I have been producing code for both in my development environment for a while and promoting it manually to test, staging and production. However, this is a very error-prone and laborious process that fails to take advantage of Continue reading
In part 1 of this short series we used vRO to create a bearer token for connecting to Microsoft Azure. Now we will create some new components and a master workflow for provisioning our AKS Cluster, to enable our developers to request public cloud Kubernetes straight from vRealize Automation. Continue reading
Kubernetes (k8s) is arguably one of the hottest technologies right now. Whether it’s building your own in the private cloud, leveraging vendor implementations to compliment your enterprise apps or consuming public cloud varieties like Amazon Web Service’s EKS – there’s no shortage of ways to deploy k8s.
Recently, Microsot announced the GA release of their Public Cloud Kubernetes offering – Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Now DevOps practioners have the ability to stand-up k8s clusters in the cloud and integrate workloads with their existing CI/CD pipelines, without having to go to another provider. Continue reading