Deploying NCache in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is a fully managed container orchestrator provided by Microsoft. In AKS:
- The cluster comes fully managed that supports most Kubernetes features and is fully scalable.
- The cluster fully integrates with other Azure services like application gateway and load balancers.
- You don't need to manage and deploy management and orchestration nodes.
Here, you will find the steps required to get started with Azure Kubernetes Service. Follow the steps provided below to quickly start using NCache deployment in AKS.
In This Section
Create Azure Resource Group
Steps to create a resource group in Azure.
Create Kubernetes Cluster in Azure
Steps to create a Kubernetes cluster and connect to it.
Create NCache Deployment in AKS
Steps to create NCache deployment pod in AKS.
Create Gateway Service in AKS
Steps to create gateway deployment pod in AKS.
Create Discovery Service in AKS
Steps to create headless discovery pod in AKS.
Create NCache Client Deployment in AKS
Steps to create and deploy NCache client application in AKS.
Create Cache Cluster in AKS
Steps to create an NCache cluster in AKS.
Monitor NCache Cluster and Clients in AKS
Steps to monitor cache cluster and clients using NCache in AKS.
Adding Cache Servers in AKS at Runtime
Steps to add cache servers in the cluster at runtime in AKS.
[Removing Cache Servers in AKS at Runtime](removing-cache-servers-in aks-at-runtime.html)
Steps to remove cache servers from the cluster at runtime in AKS.