Kubernetes Services in Azure AKS – Network integration

Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS) is a managed Kubernetes service in Azure. Not only does it provides a managed cluster, it also integrates with Azure services. In this article we’ll explain the integration between Kubernetes’ services and Azure Networking. We won’t give code sample though as we’ll keep that for a future article. Anatomy of Services … More Kubernetes Services in Azure AKS – Network integration

Cosmos DB Stored Procedures – handling continuation

I’ve recently did some work involving Stored Procedures in Cosmos DB. There are a few techniques to learn when our stored procedures handle large data sets.  It is all about continuation. In this article, we’ll look at how to build a robust and scalable stored procedure. We’ll start with a naïve approach and then get … More Cosmos DB Stored Procedures – handling continuation

Using Azure Container Instances to complete automation

We looked at Azure Container Instances. It allows us to launch a container without a cluster and without a VM. It is ideal for bursting scenarios. In this article we’ll look at another scenario for container instances:  automation. The limits of ARM Templates A great tool for automation in Azure is ARM Template. ARM Templates … More Using Azure Container Instances to complete automation

Event Hubs ingestion performance and throughput

Azure Event Hubs is a data streaming platform as a Service.  It is an ingestion service. We’ve looked at Event Hubs as the ingestion end of Azure Stream Analytics in two recent articles (here & here). Here we look at client side performance of different techniques and scenarios.  For instance, we’ll consider both AMQP & … More Event Hubs ingestion performance and throughput