If you are using R to perform statistical analysis, chances are that at least some of the data you need is stored in a database. While some databases such as SQL Server support native R scripts, others do not (for example, support for R in Azure SQL Database is in preview at the time of … Continue reading Docker container with R and ODBC
Hey again, to complete the previous post on the Azure CNI, here it goes using kubenet instead. To make it a bit more interesting we are going to explore a bunch of additional stuff: Deploying AKS with kubenet in your own vnet (note that this is not well documented or supported by Microsoft at the … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Packet in AKS (part 2): kubenet and ingress controller
Lately I have been involved in quite some conversations, where organisations have shown a lot of interest in the integration between Cisco ACI and F5 BigIP and BigIQ (or should I say iWorkflow?). As you might know, Cisco ACI offers the option to integrate L4-L7 services in the network. What does this mean? Optionally, you … Continue reading What do Cisco ACI, microsegmentation, service insertion, REST and Docker containers have in common?