Jakob Ehn

Jakob Ehn

Jakob Ehn

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Jakob has over 15 years of experience with professional software development, and currently works as a senior developer at Active Solution, specializing in Visual Studio ALM. Jakob is a Microsoft Visual Studio ALM MVP and also a Visual Studio ALM Ranger, and loves to push things like Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio Team Services to its limits.

He has published several books on the topics,  and speaks regularly at conferences and user groups, such as DevSum, Tech Days, TechX and SweNug.

At his spare time Jakob loves to hang out with his family and to cook, you can often find him hoovering in the kitchen trying out some new recipes.

Session: Introduction to Azure Container Services and Kubernetes

Containers are becoming more popular every day, and for good reasons. Containers bring a lot of power both for developers and operations, solving the growing problem of how to efficiently design, deploy and monitor applications written in many different langageus, running on different platforms and hosted in different environments.

Kubernetes is the rising star of container orchestration and can be hosted in all cloud platforms as well as on premise. Microsoft are betting big on Kubernetes and now support running a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure, that support easy scaling, upgrading and self-healing of your clusters.

In this session you will learn about how Kubernetes works, and how to create a managed Kubernetes cluster in Microsoft Azure and deploy applications to the cluster without any downtime from both your local machines as well as from a deployment pipeline.

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