Tech-Spark presented its first event for 2000, from zero to hero: Microservices Workshop with Azure Kubernetes. The below Microsoft employees facilitated this workshop:
- Nikolaos Antoniou – Technology Solutions Professional
- Vaggelis Kappas – Sr. Specialist Azure Infrastructure
- Konstantinos Pantos – Cloud Solutions Architect
This hands-on workshop was designed for people wanting to learn Kubernetes from the basics to deploying a real working application using Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
Attendees worked through a practical example of deploying a working microservices application to a Kubernetes cluster using AKS. The microservices application was built using various open source technologies such as Angular, Node.JS, Express and MongoDB. A private container registry will be used and network access were configured to combine a number of microservices into a working end-to-end scalable application.
A customer-facing order placement and fulfillment application that is containerized and is architected for a microservice implementation.
The application consists of 3 components:
- A public facing Order Capture swagger enabled API
- A public facing frontend
- A MongoDB database