How to: K3s on Raspberry Pi

Taking a break from pure Azure deployments, I decided to try my hand at building a small Kubernetes cluster that would allow me to learn and develop applications quickly at home without burning any of my Azure credits. Of course I could easily deploy on an AKS cluster, but I want to learn more aboutContinue reading “How to: K3s on Raspberry Pi”

How to: Configure Kubernetes or OpenShift to use the most performant file storage on Azure

On June 1st 2019, Microsoft announced the GA of their latest shared file service: Azure NetApp Files (ANF)– a PaaS shared file service supporting both NFS/SMB protocols for enterprise workloads. NetApp technology is widely used in many on-premise deployments with Kubernetes and OpenShift today, however, the launch of ANF allows Azure users to take advantageContinue reading “How to: Configure Kubernetes or OpenShift to use the most performant file storage on Azure”