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12/12/2018 Monitor Preview Features Azure Monitor for containers, now generally available, monitors the health and performance of Kubernetes clusters hosted on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). Since the launch of the preview of this service at Build (May 2018), there has been a lot of excitement from customers about the new capabilities, such as the ability to enable monitoring as soon as you create an AKS cluster. It’s also now possible to get all the monitoring telemetry in a centralized location in Azure without having to sign into containers or rely on other tools. Link Link Details
12/12/2018 Kubernetes Service Region Update Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in East Asia (Hong Kong). It's the sixteenth Azure region to offer the service. In the list of regions, you can see where AKS is available and where it's coming next. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 Kubernetes Service Preview Features Powered by the open source Virtual Kubelet technology, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) virtual node allows you to elastically provision additional pods inside Container Instances that start in seconds. With a few clicks in the Azure portal, turn on the virtual node feature and get the flexibility and portability of a container-focused experience in your AKS environment without needing to manage the additional compute resources. And since your Azure Container Instances containers can join the same virtual network as the rest of your cluster, you can build Kubernetes services that seamlessly span pods running on virtual machines (VMs) and Azure Container Instances. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 Kubernetes Service Security Update Today, the Kubernetes community announced a serious security vulnerability that affects some recent Kubernetes releases available in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS). The vulnerability allows unauthenticated external users to access the metrics data provided by the Kubernetes metrics server API by passing in a specially crafted payload. It affects all patch releases of Kubernetes 1.10 to 1.10.10 and all patch releases of 1.11 to 1.11.5. Earlier minor releases in AKS are not affected because they don't include the metrics server. In preparation for this announcement, Azure Kubernetes Service has patched all affected clusters by overriding the default Kubernetes configuration to remove unauthenticated access to the entrypoints that exposed the vulnerability. The entrypoints were everything under https://myapiserver/apis/. If you were relying on this unauthenticated access to these endpoints from outside the cluster, you will need to switch to an authenticated path. If you want to upgrade to a Kubernetes release that contains the underlying fix, we have now made version 1.11.5 available. Upgrading is as simple as: az aks upgrade -n mycluster -g myresourcegroup -k 1.11.5 Link Link Details
11/14/2018 Kubernetes Service Region Update Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now available in private preview in the China East 2 region, the first Azure China region for the service. Link Link Details
11/14/2018 Kubernetes Service Region Update Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in South India, becoming the fifteenth Azure region to offer the service. Link Link Details
11/5/2018 Kubernetes Service Retiring Features On November 30, 2018, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) will stop supporting Kubernetes minor versions 1.7 and 1.8 (including all patch versions of both). The reduced number of minor versions supported in AKS is to simplify and remove the complexity of choosing between multiple minor Kubernetes versions. We recommend that you upgrade to one of the newer minor versions. The versions supported today include 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, and 1.11. Link Link Details
10/26/2018 Kubernetes Service Region Update Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is now generally available in the UK West region, bringing the number of regions for the service to 14. With AKS now GA in both of the UK's Azure regions, you can maximize the availability of your applications and ensure a strong disaster recovery strategy within the UK border. Link Link Details
10/22/2018 Kubernetes Service Retiring Features On November 30, 2018, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) will stop supporting Kubernetes minor versions 1.7 and 1.8 (including all patch versions of both). The reduced number of minor versions supported in AKS is to simplify and remove the complexity of choosing between multiple minor Kubernetes versions. We recommend that you upgrade to one of the newer minor versions. The versions supported today include 1.7, 1.8, 1.9, 1.10, and 1.11. Link Link Details
9/24/2018 Kubernetes Service (AKS) Retiring Feature Starting today, Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) will start supporting only two stable patch versions for every minor version available. Until now, AKS has supported five Kubernetes minor versions: 1.7,1.8,1.9,1.10, and 1.11. Reducing support to two patches per minor version removes the complexity of having to choose between multiple patch versions. If you are on a patch version that is no longer supported, you are not affected at all. You can choose to remain on that patch version or upgrade to one of the two supported patch versions in that minor version or the next minor version. Link Link Details

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