Just some handy commands to use via kubectl. I found these useful for various reasons so hopefully you will too.
Last week I created the below with a dummy database and is something that I will do against SQL server but this time that has a persistent volume claim.
So, the point in the previous blog post was to leverage Persistent Volume Claims – PVC for data when using SQL server that it is needed in a stateful manner. But what happens when we don’t create SQL server in AKS without a PVC?
Following on from my last post after creating AKS, I now want to work with SQL server. First step, load up Azure cloud shell.
What is Azure Kubernetes Service? Probably makes sense to tell you what Kubernetes is first. As Kubernetes states themselves “also known as K8s, is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.” If you want to dig into the depths then head over to Andrew – http://www.dbafromthecold.com