Zero Downtime Deployments with AKS using AzureDevOps
Principal Technical Consultant| Enterprise Architect|DevOps Practitioner | Product Development at Pingala Software
Software professional with over 14+ years’ experience in software soluction design and development, Implementation and Maintenance of Large scale Enterprise Applications. Self-motivated, enthusiastic learner, results oriented ability to work independently and perform well within cross-functional teams ...
Working different architectural styles (Microservice, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), Client/Server, N-Tier, 3-Tier, Component-Based, Object-Oriented, Layered Architecture) and architectural design MVC, MVP and Construction of Proof-of-Concept to prove validity of Architecture
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How can I deploy my applications to Azure Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) like Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) without having any downtime?
How can I automate this, and how can I ensure my customers won't notice changes are happening?
How to use Azure DevOps Build and Release pipelines to deliver your application to production many times a day while not interrupting your users.
- Defining Zero Downtime
- What does PaaS mean
- What is involved to get to Zero Downtime
- Introduction to demo using MVC App on AKS & Windows containers
- Making the change we want to move to production
- The build Pipeline creating the containers
- Azure container registry
- Release Pipeline to AKS
- Explaining the Kubernetes Deployment Description for Zero Downtime Deployment
- Looking at the telemetry