Preparing For The End Of Dockershim In AKS

Preparing For The End Of Dockershim In AKS

The history of modern containers is long and complicated, going back to the days of the mainframe and then through technologies like Solaris Zones to Linux’s adoption of cgroups as a foundation of its OS-level virtualization features. Those Linux Containers (LXC) were...
Accessing a Private AKS Cluster with Additional Private Endpoints

Accessing a Private AKS Cluster with Additional Private Endpoints

When creating an AKS cluster, you have the option to make it a private cluster. When you do this, it means the managed API server created for you only has internal IP addresses, and your Kubernetes nodes talk to it over your vNet. The API server is no longer exposed...