Building tools like Helm and Draft for Kubernetes using gRPC and Go
In this article we will explore how to integrate Azure App Service and Kubernetes within the same Azure Virtual Network and consume Kubernetes services from an Azure App Service app without exposing them on the public Internet. There will be lots of situations when we want to use both the simplicity and features of a PaaS service (such as autoscaling, easy SSL, or any other cool feature) for a component and the flexibility of Kubernetes for others - in this article we will see how to achieve this without exposing services on the Internet.
The goal of this article is to show you how to deploy Jenkins to your Kuberentes cluster using Helm and write Jenkins declarative pipelines that execute builds within pods in your cluster - all of this while replicating your Jenkins configuration and persisting everything with Kubernetes persistent storage.
This post shows you how to automatize and simplify working with multiple Kubernetes clusters and multiple tools such as kubectl, helm or draft - creating a container image with your desired version of the tools and mounting the config files to the container
In this post you’ll see how to deploy Kubernetes 1.8 and later on Azure using ACS Engine, an open-source tool that creates the entire configuration for your orchestration cluster and deploys it on Azure Container Service.