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Decoding Serverless Kubernetes in 2022

About two years ago,  I worked on a Serverless Kubernetes showcase using Azure Kubernetes services and Azure Container instances (ACI) for VK and  Azure functions. They are based on two Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) projects :  Virtual Kubelet ( VK ) Kubernetes Event-Driven Autoscaling (KEDA) Naturally I’m curious about […]

Under the hood of Kubernetes and microservices

In this blog, we’ll start to talk about the migration journey and innovation journey before diving into different architecture types of applications, from monolith then look at the principles of microservices as well as the basics of Containers and Kubernetes through the architectural perspectives. After getting a basic understanding of […]

End-to-end CI/CD automation using Azure DevOps unified Yaml-defined Pipelines

Azure pipeline as a core part of Azure DevOps, it allows for the creation of CI ( Continuous Integration) pipeline in a declarative way using YAML documents, it is also called build pipelines. Since last Build 2019, this capability is also extending to CD ( Continuous Delivery ) Pipelines which […]

Getting Started with DevOps, Containers and Kubernetes

DevOps isn’t only a fun amalgam of two terms (developers and operations), it has its own culture within small organizations, startups, and digital factories where there is a high demand for efficient communication between teams, and agility and flexibility at both the development and operational level. Over the last several […]

Everything you need to know from Microsoft Build 2018

Microsoft build is an annual conference organised by Microsoft. This year Microsoft has announced a couple of exciting new services to encourage every developer to integrate artificial intelligence ( AI ) with daily work with Microsoft Azure which is Microsoft’s most fast-growing cloud platform, and all the other services with […]

One day in Microsoft part 1: Cloud Basics and Microservices

I attended a workshop at the campus of  Microsoft France. The workshop presented the principles of Microservices and containers, and a couple of topics regarding docker, Kubernetes etc. The first part of the workshop was just recalled the cloud basics. Then dive into the design principle for the applications before […]

Deploying Multiple Virtual Machines on Azure: Azure VM Scale Sets

When we’re talking about cloud migration, lift-and-shift, using Azure virtual machines is the most common Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering in Azure to make your projects “go cloud.” However, many real-world projects don’t fit so neatly into one category. When it comes to projects that require flexible scenarios and […]

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