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Using the Azure Cloud Provider in a VM Based Kubernetes Cluster

How to Hook in the Azure Cloud Provider for Persistent Volume Claims and Load Balancers with your K8S cluster

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There are multiple ways to set up a kubernetes cluster, and some organisations want to start from scratch instead of using managed Kubernetes services. Since organisations…

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Gaurav Agarwal

Gaurav Agarwal

Author of Modern DevOps Practices — https://packt.link/XUMM3 | Certified Kubernetes Administrator | Cloud Architect | Connect @ https://gauravdevops.com

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