from The Azure Podcast , on 5/8/2020 , played: 267 time(s)
Nills Franssens, a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect, prolific blogger and author, is back on the show to talk to us about his fascination with Azure Kubernetes Service, which led him to co-author a book that helps developers learn and use AKS. Microsoft has partnered with the publisher Packt to make the eBook available for free!
eBook download: https://aka.ms/handson-aks-book
The self-hosted gateway feature of API Management is now generally available
Updated: April 29, 2020
It provides new deployment options and expands API Management support for hybrid and multi-cloud environments that are common among enterprise customers. With self-hosted gateway, customers can reduce costs and increase operational efficiency by consolidating management and observability of all their APIs, hosted in Azure, on-premises, and other clouds, into a single API Management service without compromising latency, security, privacy, or compliance.
The self-hosted gateway is a functionally equivalent version of the API Management gateway component used in the Azure cloud, packaged as a Linux-based Docker container image. Customers can co-locate self-hosted gateways with the API implementations, running it in Docker for evaluation or development or in Kubernetes in production. Self-hosted gateway links to and relies on an API Management service for management. It emits logs and metrics to Azure and can also be configured to emit them locally. Self-hosted gateway requires connectivity to Azure but is resilient to intermittent loss of connection.
New Azure VMware Solution is now in preview
Azure custom role creation in the Azure portal is now generally available
How Azure VPN helps organizations scale remote work
Manage and find data with Blob Index for Azure Storage—now in preview