What are the latest developments in Microsoft's Kubernetes service? Let's get straight to the topic!
Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) custom policy support-now in public preview
With the new features, you can create custom policy definitions and constraint templates and assign them to AKS clusters that have the following new features enabled:
- Embedded support and new template information attributes
- Error status report and compliance reason code
- Azure policy VS code extension enhancement
Public DNS support for private AKS clusters-now basically available
AKS private clusters now support public DNS as a name resolution option. This feature simplifies the name resolution of the AKS cluster by creating a public DNS record associated with the private IP of the Kubernetes API server, which maintains a non-public route. Now, you can use private DNS zones, custom private DNS zones, or public FQDN to create a private AKS cluster.
Azure Red Hat OpenShift supports OpenShift 4.8-now basically available
Based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Kubernetes, OpenShift Container Platform provides a more secure and scalable multi-tenant operating system for enterprise applications. This version uses Kubernetes 1.21 and CRI-O runtime.
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