Kubernetes development with the Visual Studio connected environment

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Scott Hanselman demos the Visual Studio connected environment—Kubernetes development in Azure from Visual Studio 2017, as announced at Connect 2017.


Product info: hnsl.mn/VisualStudioKubernetes (blog post)
Learn more: aka.ms/signup-vsce
Documentation: aka.ms/signup-vsce
Blog: hnsl.mn/VisualStudioKubernetes (blog post)

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    01152729407

    welcome

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    Gentlehag

    Just courious if this will only be aviable for azure or also for aws, gce

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    John Stallo Microsoft

    Hi, we are currently focused on getting this capability to developers on Azure so we can streamline the experience all the way from the tools to Kubernetes on Azure. For example, quickly creating a Kubernetes development environment right from Visual Studio / VS Code, being able to hit F5 right away, with Kubernetes pre-configured to enable isolated development that Scott talks about in his demo. Developers can continue leveraging the underlying Kubernetes orchestrator with kubectl, helm, and other APIs.

    We hope you give it a try - you can sign up for the preview here: http://aka.ms/signup-vsce

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    Clay

    Will this be available in Community edition?

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    John Stallo Microsoft

    @Clay: The experience shown is in preview, you can try it using VS 2017 Community (or higher), VS Code, and with a CLI.

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