How to install MySQL on an Azure Files Storage

Mysql on Azure Files with Kubernetes

This article shows you how to install MySQL with an Azure Files Storage backend on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Azure Files Storage is a highly available and scalable file storage that provides network shares in the cloud. A major benefit of Azure Files over Azure Managed Disk is that multiple containers can access the same storage. This article will walk you through the deployment step-by-step so that you can ensure your installation of MySQL with Azure Files Storage and AKS runs smoothly....

January 20, 2023 · 7 min · Quisl
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Automatic SSL certificate handling with Let's Encrypt on Kubernetes

If you want to offer your website not only with HTTP, but also with the secure HTTPS protocol, you need a signed SSL certificate. Here are some reasons why you need HTTPS…. Security: HTTPS helps secure the connection between a client and a server by encrypting the data transmitted between them. Trust: HTTPS gives your website a certain level of trust and credibility. Today’s browsers usually display a warning if a website only offers HTTP or the certificate is not signed by a certification authority such as Let’s Encrypt....

December 18, 2022 · 6 min · Quisl
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How To Delete Stuck Kubernetes Resources

Kubernetes is a powerful tool for managing containerized applications, but sometimes resources can become stuck and difficult to remove. This can happen for a variety of reasons, such as conflicts with other resources, problems with the resource itself, or issues with the Kubernetes cluster. Here are some things you can try to delete a resource… The regular way Delete a single resource: kubectl delete RESOURCETYPE RESOURCENAME -n NAMESPACE While -n NAMESPACE can be omited if the resource is in the default namespace or if resources of this resource type can’t be in namespaces....

December 16, 2022 · 2 min · Quisl