How to create AKS Cluster | Setting Up & Deploying an Azure Kubernetes Service Cluster | K21Academy

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Microsoft quotes that from 2022, more than 75% of the 🌎 world’s global 📁 organizations will be running containerized workloads in production. AKS will continue to be at the forefront of this momentum shift, and there is no better time to ⬆️ upskill on this platform.

Do you know 🤔 How do Organizations use Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to deploy, scale and manage container-based applications across a cluster of container hosts?

If so or not,

The rise of Kubernetes epitomizes the transition from Big Data to flexible data, and it is 🎯 evolving from supporting simple, stateless applications to sophisticated data-driven applications.

📶 Installing a Kubernetes cluster by hand or manually involves significant effort and focus. Things can and will go wrong. And this is also the same when it comes to ⚙ maintenance and upgrading. With AKS, all of this pain will be taken away, allowing you to focus on building and deploying applications simply.

Want to 🤔 learn How to create AKS Cluster?
We are here to help!

This video will look at How to Create Kubernetes Cluster?, Managing Resource Groups and Deploying Kubernetes Cluster, Hosting an Application on Kubernetes Cluster, Running Application on Kubernetes Cluster, etc.

Where we explain:
00:00 = Introduction
00:11 = Agenda
01:37 = Creating Kubernetes Cluster
15:13 = Managing Resource Groups and Deploying Kubernetes Cluster
17:38 = Communicating with Kubernetes Cluster using Cloud Shell
20:57 = Hosting an Application on Kubernetes Cluster
29:05 = Running Application on Kubernetes Cluster
30:18 = Microsoft Azure Admin [AZ-104] Certification
30:22 = Free Class on Microsoft Azure Admin [AZ-104] Certification
30:35 = Learning Path for Microsoft Certified Azure Administrator [AZ-104]
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      Adarsh Raj
      May 12, 2022 11:35 am Reply

      Best explanation of concepts

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      TheSumit2009
      May 12, 2022 11:35 am Reply

      Pls post the sample yaml file which was demonstrated

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      MANSI MISTRY
      May 12, 2022 11:35 am Reply

      Well, I tried the same and encountered that the azure-vote-front pods are going into CrashLoopBackOff. What do I do to fix this?

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