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It is difficult to deploy interloop Kubernetes development in current state. Know these open-source projects that can save us from the burden of various tools and help in deploying microservices on Kubernetes cluster without saving secrets in a file.

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  1. 1. Deploy microservices to Kubernetes without secrets with the new Azure SDKs, Project Tye, and AKS Reenu Saluja Linkedin @reenusaluja
  2. 2. The new Azure SDK Effort OLD NEW Repos Langs OS CI Packages more coming soon… .NET Java JS/TS Python aka.ms/azsdk
  3. 3. Azure Identity var cred = new DefaultAzureCredential(); var cred = new ChainedTokenCredential( new ManagedIdentityCredential(), new AzureCliCredential() ); var client = new BlobServiceClient(uri, cred); DEV PROD docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/api/azure.identity
  4. 4. ① Post Image Form Recognizer Text Analytics Blazor WebAssembly Web App ASP.NET Core API .NET Core Service Queue Storage Cosmos ③ Add Message Architecture Table Storage Blob Storage Persistent Storage App Config AI Messaging Image Storage Config Azure Function Data Provider SignalR Service ⑩ Send Message
  5. 5. Lets deep dive in code
  6. 6. Project Tye github.com/dotnet/tye Project Tye SKAFFOLD KUBERNETES DOCKER COMPOSE DOCKER
  7. 7. Project Tye – Simplify Microservices Dev & Deploy
  8. 8. Thanks for joining!

Editor's Notes

  • Azure Identity is a new library that simplifies how you get tokens that you need to interact with Azure services. It uses Microsoft Identity under the covers.

  • Developing containerized microservices is not easy. You need to use many tools
    With Project Tye, you aren’t required to learn Docker, Kubernetes, scaffold, compose, and docker-compose to build microservice applications.
  • Description

    It is difficult to deploy interloop Kubernetes development in current state. Know these open-source projects that can save us from the burden of various tools and help in deploying microservices on Kubernetes cluster without saving secrets in a file.

    Transcript

    1. 1. Deploy microservices to Kubernetes without secrets with the new Azure SDKs, Project Tye, and AKS Reenu Saluja Linkedin @reenusaluja
    2. 2. The new Azure SDK Effort OLD NEW Repos Langs OS CI Packages more coming soon… .NET Java JS/TS Python aka.ms/azsdk
    3. 3. Azure Identity var cred = new DefaultAzureCredential(); var cred = new ChainedTokenCredential( new ManagedIdentityCredential(), new AzureCliCredential() ); var client = new BlobServiceClient(uri, cred); DEV PROD docs.microsoft.com/dotnet/api/azure.identity
    4. 4. ① Post Image Form Recognizer Text Analytics Blazor WebAssembly Web App ASP.NET Core API .NET Core Service Queue Storage Cosmos ③ Add Message Architecture Table Storage Blob Storage Persistent Storage App Config AI Messaging Image Storage Config Azure Function Data Provider SignalR Service ⑩ Send Message
    5. 5. Lets deep dive in code
    6. 6. Project Tye github.com/dotnet/tye Project Tye SKAFFOLD KUBERNETES DOCKER COMPOSE DOCKER
    7. 7. Project Tye – Simplify Microservices Dev & Deploy
    8. 8. Thanks for joining!

    Editor's Notes

  • Azure Identity is a new library that simplifies how you get tokens that you need to interact with Azure services. It uses Microsoft Identity under the covers.

  • Developing containerized microservices is not easy. You need to use many tools
    With Project Tye, you aren’t required to learn Docker, Kubernetes, scaffold, compose, and docker-compose to build microservice applications.
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