Refactoring your application and using AKS
A container is a reliable way to package and run applications in multiple environments, whether this is your own laptop, Microsoft Azure, private datacentre, Amazon Web Services or a combination. A container isn’t dependent on the platform where it is deployed. So it isn’t that difficult to imagine that a lot of ISVs and software driven companies want to leverage the power of containers and, with that, AKS.
Intercept helps you to set up a scalable AKS environment through our managed AKS landing-zone, incorporating all our best practices that includes governance, security, and availability. By using this, you can also start using microservices and become more cloud native. We’ve simplified our best practices on AKS deployment into 12 steps so that you just need to think of the basic implementation, and we will take care of everything else, including full stack monitoring.