Monthly Archive: July 2018

Deploy a Kubernetes Service on Azure with IP address that is in a different resource group to the cluster

When a service is deployed to Kubernetes we often need to specify a static IP address. This means that if the service gets recreated it retains the same IP. By default when you deploy a service in Kubernetes on Azure that static IP address must reside in the same resource group as the cluster nodes. This causes a couple of potential problems: If you delete an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster then the cluster resource group (starts MC_) gets deleted and can lose the IP address in the resource group. If need to reassign the IP address to a different cluster…
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