New ebook – Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes for Multicloud on O’Reilly

After 6 books with many authors from Packt, APress, & Sams/Pearson I finally had the chance to author a book with O’Reilly. This is an ebook so it can be found and read on the O’Reilly online platform.

It is a great platform that I use personally for my own learning. On their platform, you can find ebooks, books across many publishers (most of my books are on there), video training, and even live training.

This book brings together 4 exciting technologies/topics including Azure, Kubernetes, GitOps, and multi-cloud. The book is shorter than my typical books since it is an ebook. It is only 35 pages and is designed for fast & easy consumption to get an overview of the technology and get an early start.

In this book, we take a journey into one of Microsoft’s newest cloud services Azure Arc enabled Kubernetes (Arc K8s). We explore what Azure Arc K8s is, how it extends the Azure control plane to Kubernetes clusters to manage, secure, and govern them, as well as how GitOps sits are the core of application deployment to Kubernetes clusters and a driver of consistent configuration management for Kubernetes clusters.

Azure Arc is a Microsoft product that promises to extend the Azure control plane for Kubernetes across multiple clouds and on-premises, but how does it do this? In this ebook we will dissect Azure Arc K8s and how it becomes a secret weapon for managing Kubernetes clusters across on-premises, multiple clouds, and regardless of your own rolled Kubernetes clusters or managed services based Kubernetes clusters such as GKE, EKS, etc. I also want to give a shout-out to Michael Levan for reviewing this ebook!

Key Areas from the ebook include:

-Understand the new management challenges that multicloud brings
-Learn how Azure Arc drives consistent governance, security, and management across multicloud
-Gain valuable insights into Microsoft’s Azure ARM control plane for Kubernetes
-Learn how Azure Arc manages Kubernetes clusters across on-premises and multiple cloud deployments
-Explore the GitOps technology pattern and operating model for cloud native applications and Kubernetes
-Use Azure Arc-enabled Kubernetes and GitOps to deploy configurations and applications to Kubernetes clusters

Check out the new ebook here: https://www.oreilly.com/library/view/azure-arc-enabled/9781098102647

Also keep an eye on my O’Reilly author page here https://www.oreilly.com/pub/au/8326 for any future projects I have with them.

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