Kubernetes Support in Azure Container Services

Play Kubernetes Support in Azure Container Services


In this episode of Azure Friday, Scott Hanselman is joined by Brendan Burns (Partner Architect, at Microsoft & Kubernetes co-founder) to talk about containers and support for Kubernetes orchestration in Azure Container Services. Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.

As Brendan wrote in his blog post on Kubernetes.io, Bringing Kubernetes Support to Azure Container Service, "The integration of Kubernetes into ACS means that with a few clicks in the Azure portal, or by running a single command in the new python-based Azure command line tool, you will be able to create a fully functional Kubernetes cluster that is integrated with the rest of your Azure resources."





The Discussion

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    Can you resize an ACS cluster based on the Kubernetes orchestrator? Last I tried it wasn't supported.

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    Is it possible yet to run Windows containers in the service?

    What kernel is installed on the kubernetes nodes? Is there any level of user choice?

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    Are there some full application samples like MyDriving that shows the containers in action?
    Would be very helpful

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    @Chris: You can if you created it with ACS engine

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