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Dynamic Admission Control in AKS with Azure Functions

Controlling resource deployments in your Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster can quickly become quite challenging. For instance, pushing a change to the production environment might introduce undesirable vulnerabilities to the application. By creating custom admission webhooks for Kubernetes, we can define custom policies that regulate the deployment of resources to our cluster. The Kubernetes ecosystem is not …

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Deploying Minecraft server network on Azure Kubernetes Service

Preface Minecraft is a popular sandbox creating game that has been growing over the past few years. It is also under very active development and has a large community. We’ll demonstrate a way that deploys a mid-large scale Minecraft server network featuring BungeeCord (reverse proxy) and Paper(Spigot) servers. This blog post includes production-ready Dockerfiles and …

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