Azure Kubernetes Services
Explore how we use Microsoft technologies to design, build and deploy Microservices
Microservices on Azure Kubernetes Services
Microservice is loosely coupled and it can be developed and deployed independently. Microservices typically communicate through services, and it will be identified well-defined service discovery. In this method, we easily define, deploy, debug and upgrade microservices applications and automatically containerize our applications. All the services are separated based on their domains and functionalities and are further allotted to individual microservices.
These microservices have their own load balancer and execution environment to execute their functionalities, at the same time capture data in their own databases. All the microservices communicate with each other through a stateless server which is either REST or Service Bus.
Azure Kubernetes Services has its own components which matches these requirements for implementing microservices architecture.
Our Tool-driven Approach
We provide services for building an application using Microservice patterns with robust Microsoft technologies and frameworks.
Azure DevOps CI/CD Pipeline
Azure DevOps pipelines features help our application to get built with Docker containers and deploy them to Azure Kubernetes clusters (AKS). Development teams commit all the source code changes to the Azure repository in VSTS.
Azure continuous will be triggered as soon as code checking is done based on settings in VSTS and it will start building the app as a docker image and push that docker image to Private Azure Container Registry if build successful. Once the image is successfully created and pushed to the Azure container registry release plan will be triggered and based on the config file it will deploy applications from docker images to pod which are running in AKS.