Azure has many different ways to store data, and each one comes with its own pricing and performance characteristics. The cool thing about Azure Kubernetes Services is that it can connect to all of them, so you can match the storage performance and cost goals of just about any application. In this webinar, we’ll look at how to connect AKS to Azure Blob Storage, Azure File Storage, Azure Disks, and Azure NetApp Files to give you the full scope and scale of these options. Then we’ll compare them compare the cost and performance considerations.
Blaize is a Microsoft Azure MVP, Microsoft Certified Trainer, Partner Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft. Blaize has been interested in software development since childhood. He wrote his first commercial app while still in high school. Since that time, Blaize has had diverse experience in all things IT ranging from a network administrator to a software architect and everything in between.