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Supercharge your organization’s ability to rapidly innovate, grow, release new features, and respond to change using containerized workloads such as microservice-based applications.
Kubernetes is the world’s leading platform for deploying and managing workload containers, and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) provides managed instances of Kubernetes to make it easier to provision and operate Kubernetes clusters.
AIS has extensive end-to-end experience working with Azure Kubernetes Service with clients and has achieved the Microsoft Kubernetes on Azure Advanced Specialization certification.
Our containerization approach, certifications, and customer success are third-party validated with the Microsoft advanced specialization for Kubernetes on Microsoft Azure. This rigorous audit ensures AIS meets the highest service delivery and support standards for AKS. This is one of many ways we show our commitment to delivery excellence to our customers.
Years working with Microsoft Azure
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Deploying containerized apps to production in Kubernetes with rigorous security practices requires minimizing what is installed on a container image and what can be done in a running container. However, doing so can make it challenging to diagnose elusive issues since the containers won’t have tools installed that could help diagnose the problem.
This article demonstrates a technique for enabling diagnostics for a containerized .NET application while maintaining a high-security posture during normal operations.
Understanding your application inventory is the core of any migration project. Analyzing the infrastructure and workloads requires an objective and comprehensive review of your app portfolio.
Our AKS assessment and design offering helps customers with the first two of five phases of modernizing workloads to AKS.