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.
Tag Archives: AKS
Creating SQL server Databases in AKS – Part 1
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?
SQL Server and AKS
Following on from my last post after creating AKS, I now want to work with SQL server. First step, load up Azure cloud shell.
Intro to AKS – Azure Kubernetes Service
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