Introduction to the Open Service Broker API - Simplify stateful application deployments to Kubernetes

….by keeping the state outside of your cluster This is the first in a series of posts about the Open Service Broker API and how it can used to provision services external to your cluster as part of your Kubernetes deployments. Although not strictly necessary for this post, if you are new to Kubernetes I would recommend reading up on the basics, the Kubernetes documentation is a good place to start.

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Minikube on Windows stops responding

This is a quick post to try and help anyone else who runs into an issue with Minikube on Windows suddenly not responding to commands. The solution is actually quite straightforward and in fact in the documentation (I did RTFM and had previously recreated the hyper-v switch which solved the issue for a little while) TL;DR Jump straight to the solution below Minikube is a fantastic tool for trying out Kubernetes without needing to have a full blown cluster at your disposable.

Read More Core 2.0 Identity with multiple OIDC providers

I ran into an issue working on an OpenId Connect (OIDC) project recently and it turned out to be due to my usage rather than a bug, however I don’t think it was obvious what I was doing wrong. Once I found out the answer I wanted to use this blog post to record it here in case I run into it again in future and if it helps someone else then that’s great too.

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Introduction to AKS - Managed Kubernetes Service on Azure

To paraphrase Marc Andreessen, Kubernetes is eating the world. Microsoft today (24th October 2017) announced the public preview of the AKS, a fully managed Kubernetes Service running on Azure. TL;DR AKS is to Azure what GKE is to Google Cloud Platform. Kubernetes on Azure Sure you’ve been able to run Kubernetes on Azure for a while, so why AKS and how does it differentiate itself from the other solutions on Azure?

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