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7/17/2018 Monitor Updated Feature We released a public preview of the Azure Monitor container health monitoring capability at the //build conference. The Azure Monitor container health capability enables you to track the health and performance of your Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster. Based on customer feedback, we're releasing new features and updates to onboarding and the portal experience. Link Link Details
7/9/2018 Kubernetes Service (AKS) Preview Feature Today I’m excited to announce the public preview of Dev Spaces for Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS), an easy way to build and debug applications for Kubernetes – only available on Azure. At Microsoft Build, Scott Hanselman showed how you could use Dev Spaces to quickly debug and fix a single application inside a complex microservices environment. Link Link Details
6/14/2018 Kubernetes Service (AKS) General Availability We are excited to announce that the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available. We are also adding five new regions including Australia East, UK South, West US, West US 2, and North Europe. AKS is now generally available in ten regions across three continents, and we expect to add ten more regions in the coming months! Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service New Feature New Azure Portal experience for AKS – we are thrilled to showcase the new AKS create and browse experiences inside the Azure Portal, which make it easier than ever for cluster operators to configure and manage Kubernetes. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service New Feature Integration with Azure Monitor – AKS is now integrated directly into Azure Monitor for control plane telemetry, log aggregation, and container health monitoring – providing operational visibility into your Kubernetes environment directly from the Azure portal. Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service New Feature HTTP application routing – AKS now supports exposing public applications natively, using an Azure-integrated Kubernetes ingress controller. AKS is the first managed Kubernetes service to support DNS endpoints for Kubernetes ingress resources, so customers can access their applications without having to configure DNS records and nameservers. Link Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service New Feature Custom VNET with Azure CNI – Our most common feature request has been to have Kubernetes nodes deploy into an existing VNET. We are happy to announce that AKS now supports deploying Kubernetes nodes into custom VNETs using Azure CNI, with configurable IP ranges for Kubernetes networking components. Link Details
5/7/2018 Container Service Updated Feature Our managed Kubernetes service has been renamed to Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). AKS is now officially part of the Kubernetes Conformance Program, designed to ensure consistency and portability of Kubernetes across different environments. It will update on Azure Notes in the coming days. Link Link Details
10/24/2017 Container Service Preview Features Today, we are proud to announce the preview of AKS (Azure Container Service), our new managed Kubernetes service. We have seen customers fall in love with our current Kubernetes support on Azure Container Service, currently known as ACS, which has grown 300% in the last six months. Now with the preview of AKS, we are making it even easier to manage and operate your Kubernetes environments, all without sacrificing portability. This new service features an Azure-hosted control plane, automated upgrades, self-healing, easy scaling, and a simple user experience for both developers and cluster operators. With AKS, customers get the benefit of open source Kubernetes without complexity and operational overhead. Link Link Details

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