Azure Container Service (AKS)

Azure Container Service (AKS) manages your hosted Kubernetes environment, making it quick and easy to deploy and manage containerized applications without container orchestration expertise. It also eliminates the burden of ongoing operations and maintenance by provisioning, upgrading, and scaling resources on demand, without taking your applications offline.

Important

Azure Container Service (AKS) is currently in preview. Previews are made available to you on the condition that you agree to the supplemental terms of use. Some aspects of this feature may change prior to general availability (GA).

5-Minute Quickstarts

Learn how to deploy an AKS cluster:

Step-by-Step Tutorials

Learn how to deploy, manage, and update applications on an AKS cluster.

  1. Create container images from an application
  2. Upload container images to the Azure Container Registry
  3. Deploy an AKS cluster
  4. Run your container images in Kubernetes
  5. Scale an application and Kubernetes infrastructure
  6. Update an application running in Kubernetes
  7. Monitor Kubernetes with Log Analytics
  8. Upgrade AKS cluster

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