Effectively orchestrate Windows container workloads using Kubernetes
With the adoption of Windows containers in Kubernetes, you can now fully leverage the flexibility and robustness of the Kubernetes container orchestration system in the Windows ecosystem. This support will enable you to create new Windows applications and migrate existing ones to the cloud-native stack with the same ease as for Linux-oriented cloud applications.
This practical guide takes you through the key concepts involved in packaging Windows-distributed applications into containers and orchestrating these using Kubernetes. You'll also understand the current limitations of Windows support in Kubernetes. As you advance, you'll gain hands-on experience deploying a fully functional hybrid Linux/Windows Kubernetes cluster for development, and explore production scenarios in on-premises and cloud environments, such as Microsoft Azure Kubernetes Service.
By the end of this book, you'll be well-versed with containerization, microservices architecture, and the critical considerations for running Kubernetes in production environments successfully.
What you will learn
Who this book is for
This book is for software developers, system administrators, DevOps engineers, and architects working with Kubernetes on Windows, Windows Server 2019, and Windows containers. Knowledge of Kubernetes as well as the Linux environment will help you get the most out of this book.
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|No of pages||592|
|Book Publisher||Packt Publishing|
|Published Date||31 Mar 2020|
Author : Piotr TylendaNA
Piotr Tylenda is an experienced DevOps and software engineer with a passion for Kubernetes and Azure technologies. In his projects, he has focused on the adoption of microservices architecture for monolithic applications, developing big data pipelines for e-commerce, and architecting solutions for scalable log and telemetry analytics for hardware. His most notable contribution to Kubernetes' open source ecosystem is the development of Ansible automation for provisioning and deploying hybrid Windows/Linux Kubernetes clusters. Currently, he works at Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen in Denmark in a team developing a Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central SaaS offering.
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