Here is an opinionated comparison that I created. Hope it can help you make the decision when you have to choose one.
Kubernetes SecretsAzure Key VaultHow secrets are storedStored in Etcd with... Read More ⟶
The resource requests and limits that we set for containers in a Pod spec are the key settings that we can use to influence how Kubernetes schedule the pod and manage the computational resources,... Read More ⟶
How Application Gateway Ingress Controller (AGIC) works is depicted in the following diagram on its document site.
Rather than pointing the backend pool of App Gateway to a... Read More ⟶
The virtual node can be enabled when you create a new AKS cluster. There are documents talking about how to do it with either the Azure CLI or Azure Portal. Since the virtual node is an AKS add-on, ... Read More ⟶
Kubernetes' Node Allocatable feature allows the cluster to reserve the resources of node for system daemons of OS and Kubernetes itself. For example, when I ran kubectl describe node for a node in... Read More ⟶
Early this week, I took the 2nd try of the CKAD exam and passed it. I scored 89% this time despite the situation where I ran out of time and couldn't finish the last question completely. Now I am... Read More ⟶
I have some experiences with Docker and containers, but never played with Kubernetes before. I started to explore Kubernetes recently as I may need a container orchestration solution in the coming... Read More ⟶
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