Building an AKS baseline architecture - Part 3 - GitOps with Flux2
In this series of posts, you will find all the steps needed to build a baseline or reference architecture for Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) by incorporating all the best practices from the operations and governance perspective. In this post, we will explore the GitOps concept and how to make it work using Flux2.
Azure Function keys - what are those and how to access them
Azure Function Keys are used for authorizing access to the functions. The host and the master key exist at the Function App level, while each function also has a function-specific key that can be used to access that function. You can access the keys from ARM templates, in the portal or using Azure CLI.
Falco as an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) runtime security tool
Falco is an open-source tool for container runtime security that can help you secure Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) from zero-day vulnerabilities and unexpected behaviors inside containers and in the host OS. Using Flacosidekick, you can add custom fields to the generated events and forward those to your ecosystem of observability and SIEM tools.