Comparing Azure Kubernetes Networking Scenarios – Part 3 Azure CNI

Roy Kim on Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint

In this 2nd configuration profile, I will walk through the resulting configuration of AKS and its effect on the Load Balancer, Virtual Network, VM network interface card, deploy and test a web application into the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster. The configuration profile is mainly around the Azure CNI network model.

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Please read the Part 1 intro of this blog series if you haven’t already. This will explain the background and what each configuration setting means. Here is the previous blog post for Part 2 Kubenet.

Configuration Profile 2

  • Network Model/Type: Advanced (Azure CNI)
  • Http application routing: Disabled
  • Virtual Machine Scale Set: Enabled
    2 VM instances in the scale set

AKS Networking settings

Resources in the AKS Infrastructure Resource Group

Virtual Machine Scale Set (VMSS)
In this screenshot, I just happened to stop one VM instance in the scale set. This is just arbitrary and has no purposes for…

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