You've spun up your first Azure Kubernetes Cluster and maybe deployed a test application. But what's actually going on behind the scenes? What does the cluster use for compute, networking, and storage? What resources does AKS leverage and how does it interact with the rest of your Azure environment? In this session, we're going to examine the fundamentals of AKS and explore the resources that make up a functioning AKS cluster.
Ned will be presenting remotely from Philadelphia.
I’m an IT professional with almost 20 years of experience in the field. I’ve been a helpdesk operator, systems administrator, cloud architect, and product manager. In my newest incarnation I am the Founder of Ned in the Cloud LLC. As a one-man-tech-juggernaut, I develop courses for Pluralsight, run a podcast for Packet Pushers, run a podcast for myself, and create original content for technology vendors. I’ve been a Microsoft MVP since 2017 and I hold a bunch of industry certifications that have no bearing on anything beyond my exceptional ability to take exams and pass them. Check out my blog at https://nedinthecloud.com
• 5:30 pm Arrivals and Networking
• 6:00 pm Welcome, Introductions, Announcements
• 6:15 – 7:30 pm presentation
• 7:30 pm Q&A
• 8:00 pm Conclude
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