Brendan Burns and Gabe Monroy from the Microsoft Azure Container team here, announcing that we’ll be hosting a Reddit AMA on AKS, Microsoft’s new Kubernetes Service this Friday, November 17 at 9 am PT on /r/Azure. We’d like to invite you to join us and give you all the details about the AMA.
Why are we hosting an AMA on AKS?
Last month, we announced a preview of AKS, with the goal of making it even easier to manage and operate your Kubernetes environments, without sacrificing portability. Now that you’ve had a couple of weeks to kick the tires, we want to give you a chance to ask all your questions about AKS, or even Microsoft’s Kubernetes and container strategy on Azure. It’s still a new product and we want to make sure you’re getting the most out of it. It’s also important for us to hear your feedback as we continue to make AKS better.
What can you ask us?
Ask us anything about AKS and what we’re doing with Kubernetes on Azure. We’ll do our best to answer all your questions openly about our public Kubernetes and container services. We cannot comment on unreleased features and future plans, though.
When/where will the AMA be?
As mentioned, we’ll be taking your questions starting Friday at 9 am PT, and we’ll be live until 10:30 am PT. If you want to get ahead of the rush, here’s the link to our AMA announcement. Feel free to go ahead and leave your questions here – we’ll be checking in.
We look forward to answering your questions.
-Brendan & Gabe
Brendan Burn is a Distinguished Engineer for Microsoft Azure and co-founder of the Kubernetes project; Gabe Monroy is Lead Program Manager for Containers on Azure.