Azure Kubernetes Service with Azure DevOps and Terraform


Azure Kubernetes Service with Azure DevOps and Terraform

Docker, AKS, Azure Disks, DevOps, Virtual Nodes, ACR, DNS Zones, Active Directory, Kubernetes RBAC, Ingress, Terraform

What you’ll learn

  • You will learn to build Azure AKS Production grade clusters using Azure AKS CLI
  • You will learn terraform from basics and create terraform manifests for provisioning Azure AKS Production grade clusters
  • You will learn to provision Azure AKS Clusters using Terraform and Azure DevOps.
  • You will learn 30+ kubernetes concepts and use 21 Azure Services in combination with Azure AKS
  • You will implement DevOps concepts with Azure DevOps Continuous Integration Pipelines and Continuous Deliver Pipelines also called Release Pipelines
  • You will write Azure DevOps CI Pipelines from scratch using Starter Pipelines
  • You will write kubernetes manifests with confidence after going through live template writing sections
  • You will learn Kubernetes Fundamentals in both imperative and declarative approaches
  • You will learn writing & deploying k8s manifests for storage concepts like storage class, persistent volume claim pvc, mysql
  • You will learn to switch from native Azure Disks to Azure MySQL Database using k8s external name service
  • You will learn writing and deploying load balancer k8s manifests for Azure Standard Load Balancer
  • You will learn writing ingress k8s manifests by enabling features like context path based routing, domain name based routing, SSL with LetsEncrypt and External DNS.
  • You will learn writing k8s manifests for Azure Virtual Nodes (serverless) and do mixed mode workload deployments in both Azure Linux NodePools and Virtual Nodes.
  • You will learn using ACR – Azure Container Registry in combination with AKS in 3 ways (ACR Attach, using Service Principal, on Virtual Nodes)
  • You will learn to enable Autoscaling features like HPA & Cluster Autoscaler
  • You will learn Docker fundamentals by implementing usecases like download image from Docker Hub and run on local desktop and build an image locally, test and push to Docker Hub.
  • You will master many kubectl commands over the process
  • You will learn to integrate Azure AKS with Azure Active Directory for AKS Admins to be created managed in Azure Active Directory
  • You will learn Kubernetes RBAC concepts like role, role-binding, cluster role, cluster role binding in combination with Azure AD for Azure AKS granular level access control


  • You must have an Azure Cloud account to follow with me for hands-on activities.
  • You dont need to have any basic Docker or kubernetes knowledge to start this course.


******* Course Overview *******

Welcome to this Amazing course on Azure AKS Kubernetes – Masterclass | Azure DevOps, Terraform.  Below is the list of modules covered in this course.

Course Modules

  1. Create Azure AKS Cluster using Azure Portal
  2. Docker Fundamentals
  3. Imperative Method: Kubernetes Fundamentals using kubectl
  4. Declarative Method: Kubernetes Fundamentals using YAML
  5. Azure Disks for AKS Storage
  6. Custom Storage Class, PVC, and PV
  7. AKS default Storage class, PVC and PV
  8. User Management Web Application Deployment with MySQL as storage using Storage Class, PVC, and PV
  9. Azure MySQL for AKS Storage
  10. Kubernetes Secrets
  11. Azure Files for AKS Storage
  12. Ingress Basics
  13. Ingress Context path based Routing
  14. Azure DNS Zones – Delegate domain from AWS to Azure
  15. Ingress and External DNS with Azure DNS Zones
  16. Ingress Domain Name based Routing with External DNS
  17. Ingress SSL with LetsEncrypt
  18. Kubernetes Requests & Limits
  19. Kubernetes Namespaces
  20. Kubernetes Namespaces – Imperative
  21. Kubernetes Namespaces – Limit Range
  22. Kubernetes Namespaces – Resource Quota
  23. Azure Virtual Nodes for AKS
  24. Azure Virtual Nodes Basics
  25. Azure AKS Virtual Nodes Mixed Mode Deployments
  26. Azure Container Registry for AKS
  27. Integrate Azure Container Registry ACR with AKS
  28. Azure AKS Pull Docker Images from ACR using Service Principal
  29. Pull Docker Images from ACR using Service Principal and Run on Azure Virtual Nodes
  30. Azure DevOps with AKS Cluster
  31. Azure DevOps – Build and Push Docker Image to Azure Container Registry
  32. Azure DevOps – Build, Push to ACR and Deploy to AKS
  33. Azure DevOps – Create Starter Pipeline
  34. Azure DevOps – Release Pipelines
  35. Azure AKS – Enable HTTP Application Routing AddOn
  36. Azure AKS Authentication with Azure AD and Kubernetes RBAC
  37. Azure AKS Cluster Access with Multiple Clusters
  38. Azure AD Integration with Azure AKS for Authentication
  39. Kubernetes RBAC Role & Role Binding with Azure AD on AKS
  40. Kubernetes RBAC Cluster Role & Role Binding with AD on AKS
  41. Azure AKS Cluster Autoscaling
  42. Azure AKS – Cluster Autoscaler
  43. Azure AKS – Horizontal Pod Autoscaler HPA
  44. Azure AKS Production Grade Cluster Design using AZ AKS CLI
  45. Create Azure AKS Cluster using AZ AKS CLI
  46. Create Azure AKS Linux, Windows, and Virtual Node Pools
  47. Deploy Apps to Azure AKS Linux, Windows, and Virtual Node Pools
  48. Provision Azure AKS Clusters using Terraform
  49. Terraform Command Basics
  50. Terraform Language Basics
  51. Provision AKS Cluster using Terraform
  52. Create AKS Cluster Linux and Windows Node Pools
  53. Create an Azure AKS Cluster using Custom Virtual Network
  54. Provision Azure AKS using Terraform & Azure DevOps

Azure Services Covered

  1. Azure Kubernetes Service
  2. Azure Disks
  3. Azure Files
  4. Azure MySQL Database
  5. Azure Storage Accounts
  6. Azure Cloud Shell
  7. Azure Load Balancer
  8. Azure DNS Zones
  9. Azure Container Registries ACR
  10. Azure Container Registries ACR with Azure Service Principal
  11. Azure DevOps – Build Pipelines with ACR & Github Repositories
  12. Azure DevOps – Release Pipelines with AKS
  13. Azure Public IP Address
  14. Azure Standard Load Balancer
  15. Azure Virtual Networks
  16. Azure Active Directory
  17. Azure Container Instances – Virtual Nodes
  18. Azure AKS Windows and Linux User NodePools
  19. Azure Managed Service Identity – MSI
  20. Azure Virtual Machine Scale Sets
  21. Azure Log Analytics Workspaces for Azure Monitor

Kubernetes Concepts Covered

  1. Kubernetes Architecture
  2. Pods
  3. ReplicaSets
  4. Deployments
  5. Services – Load Balancer Service
  6. Services – Cluster IP Service
  7. Services – External Name Service
  8. Services – Ingress Service
  9. Services – Ingress SSL & SSL Redirect
  10. Services – Ingress & External DNS
  11. Services – Domain Name based Routing
  12. Imperative – with kubectl
  13. Declarative – Declarative with YAML
  14. Secrets
  15. Init Containers
  16. Requests & Limits
  17. Namespaces – Imperative
  18. Namespaces – Limit Range
  19. Namespaces – Resource Quota
  20. Storage Classes
  21. Persistent Volumes
  22. Persistent Volume Claims
  23. Services – Load Balancers
  24. Annotations
  25. HPA – Horizontal Pod Autoscaler
  26. CA – Cluster Autoscaler
  27. Config Maps
  28. RBAC – Role & Role Bindings
  29. RBAC – Cluster Role & Cluster Role Bindings
  30. Virtual Kubelet
  31. Secrets – Image Pull Secrets

Each of my courses come with

  • Amazing Hands-on Step By Step Learning Experiences
  • Real Implementation Experience
  • Friendly Support in the Q&A section
  • 30 Day “No Questions Asked” Money Back Guarantee!

Who this course is for:

  • Azure Architects or Sysadmins or Developers who are planning to master Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) for running applications on Kubernetes
  • Any beginner who is interested in learning kubernetes on cloud using Azure AKS.
  • Any beginner who is interested in learning Azure DevOps, Terraform to provision Azure Kubernetes Clusters

Created by Kalyan Reddy Daida | DevOps & SRE Architect on AWS, Azure & Google Cloud Platforms
Last updated 10/2023
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