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    Azure Web App for Containers, Part Two

    Following up my last post on Azure Web App for Containers, in part two we'll go through the various types of storage options available with Azure Web App for Containers, along with the scenarios where they fit best. As of writing this post, there are 3 storage options: Stateless Storage on App Service Plan Storage using…   Read more »

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    A Developer’s Guide to Container Orchestration, Kubernetes, & AKS

    If you’ve worked in software development or IT for any amount of time, chances are you've at least heard about containers...and maybe even Kubernetes. Maybe you’ve heard that Google manages to spin up two billion containers a week to support their various services, or that Netflix runs its streaming, recommendation, and content systems on a container…   Read more »

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    Azure Web App for Containers, Part One

    Azure Web Apps Background I've been working with Azure Web Apps for a long time. Before the launch of Azure Web Apps for Containers (or even Azure Web App on Linux), these web apps ran on Windows Virtual Machines managed by Microsoft. This meant that any workload running behind IIS (i.e., ASP.Net) would run without hiccups…   Read more »

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    Drupal Lift and Shift Migration to the Cloud Leveraging Azure Web App for Containers

    Through our enterprise collaboration and productivity services, we help many organizations create new experiences with intranets and portals to increase productivity and streamline collaboration while cutting operating costs. We have Drupal lift and shift experience where we migrate existing portals to the cloud as well as the ability to architect a custom solution from the ground…   Read more »

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    Container Architecture Basics

    Containers are, for good reason, getting a lot of attention.  For the cost of having to manage some complexity, they provide a unique level of flexibility, ability to scale, run software across cloud and on-premises environment...the list of benefits can go on and on.  And usually when you hear about containers in the technical press,…   Read more »

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    Dockerization of Azure PaaS (Beyond Azure Container Service)

    Companies are adopting Docker containers at a remarkable pace and for a good reason - Docker containers are turning out to be key enablers for a micro-services based architecture. As a quick recap, Docker containers are: Encapsulated, deployable components that can run as isolated instances Small in size with a fast boot-up time Include tools that…   Read more »

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    VIDEO: Azure Container Service with Docker Swarm

    In this video blog, AIS' CTO Vishwas Lele walks us through provisioning a Docker Swarm cluster using the Azure Container Service (ACS). Docker Swarm is a native clustering technology for Docker containers, which allows a pool of underlying Docker Hosts to appear as a single virtual Docker host. Containers can then be provisioned through the…   Read more »

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    Kubernetes as a “Common” Infrastructure API for Private, Public, Hybrid, and Multi-Cloud

    Note: This blog post is *not* about Kubernetes infrastructure API (an API to provision a Kubernetes cluster). Instead, this post focuses on the idea of Kubernetes as a common infrastructure layer across private and public clouds. Kubernetes is, of course, well known as the leading open-source system for automating deployment and management of containerized applications. However,…   Read more »

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    Plain and Simple: Azure Arc Is About ARM

    Azure Arc is one of the significant announcements coming out of #msignite this week. As depicted in the picture below, Azure Arc is a single control plane across multiple clouds, premises, and the edge. Source: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/azure-arc/ But we've seen single control planes before, no? That is correct. The following snapshot (from 2013) shows App Controller securely connected to…   Read more »

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    What the JEDI Award Means for Public Cloud Adoption in the Government

    Late last Friday, the news of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract award to Microsoft Azure sent seismic waves through the software industry, government, and commercial IT circles alike. Even as the dust settles on this contract award, including the inevitable requests for reconsideration and protest, DoD’s objectives from the solicitation are apparent. DOD’s JEDI Objectives Public…   Read more »