Todays post will be the backend tour of “Frietjes-of-Niet” (translated from Dutch : “French-Frites-or-Not?”). A big part of the mission of Azure is about democratizing technology so it becomes accessible to organizations in order for them to achieve more. AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a key part of that vision.
What will be the flow for today?
- We’ll train a model to recognize fries
- Next we’ll be exporting that model to be used as a container
- Afterwards we’ll build that container
- To end with deploying (and testing) it onto AKS
Sound cool? Let’s get to it..
Continue reading “Azure Custom Vision AI : From training to deploying the container export on the Azure Kuberenetes Service (AKS)”
Pfew, it’s odd to admit that it has been a while since I’ve posted about Rancher. Though today is as good a day as any to pick up that thread… So today we’ll go through give or take the same objective as in the past, where we’ll notice that the integration has improved significantly with the arrival of AKS! Let’s get today’s post underway and deploy AKS from our Rancher control plane.
Before the below started, I already had the following things ready ;
Continue reading “Taking a glance at Rancher’s ability to manage the Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)”