Azure just announced support for using Azure Application Gateways for ingress. It’s great because it creates more options than just using an NGNIX ingress controller or other in-cluster solutions. When creating ingress routes, they ought to be annotated so that...
In a previous post, I talked about the huge learning curve for Kubernetes, especially for .NET developers.
Many .NET developers working on enterprise applications are feeling stuck doing traditional .NET web development; for example, doing WCF development, maybe some ASP.NET Web Forms, or a mishmash of MVC and other tech.
So I found out about greenfield project being developed on Kubernetes. It was a sizable project with microservices and the likes. It has been in development for a year.
The other day I spoke to some folks and they were wondering if they should use Service Fabric - Microsoft’s orchestrator. I get it. It powers a sizable chunk of Azure. Microsoft has been successful with it.