Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) offers a managed Kubernetes environment that makes it easy to deploy and manage containerized applications at scale.
Azure also offers Azure Kubernetes Node pools, which is a way of grouping Azure virtual machines (VMs) into logical clusters for running Kubernetes workloads. In this blog post, we will discuss what Azure Kubernetes Node pools are, and we will provide you with everything you need to know in order to create your own AKS node pool.
Creating an Azure Kubernetes Node pool is a two-step process. First, you will need to create an AKS cluster. You can do this through the Azure portal, or you can use the Azure CLI. Once you have created your ACS cluster, you will need to create a node pool within that cluster. You can do this using the Azure CLI, or you can use the Azure portal.
In order to create a node pool, you will need to specify the following information:
– The name of your node pool
– The number of nodes in your node pool
– The size of each node’s disk (in gigabytes)
– The size of each node’s CPU (in cores)
– The size of each node’s memory (in gigabytes)
You will also need to specify the Azure region in which you want to create your node pool. Once you have specified all of this information, you can create your node pool using the Azure CLI or the Azure portal.
Once your node pool is created, you will need to configure Kubernetes to use it.
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