In the first part of his series, Premier Consultant Razi Rais coauthors a post about Kubernetes using Azure. He takes you through a step-by-step process of how to get started.


From a technical perspective, we have a microservice that serves a UI which is written in ASP.NET Core 2.0. It pulls by talking to various RESTful endpoints exposed by a Node.js API that is served by another microservice. The actual content storing the details about (that is served by an API) is stored in various JSON files that are persisted as a blob on Azure Storage.

In a nutshell, from an end user standpoint, the web app home page looks like the image below:


When a user wants to learn more about a particular historic event, they can either select a particular historic event from the top menu, or they can simply click on the description of a particular event provided on the home page.

You can follow more of Razi’s demo here.

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