I've been having all kinds of fun lately with Kubernetes, exploring building my own Kubernetes Cluster on the metal, as well as using a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure with AKS.

Today at the Connect() conference in NYC I was happy to announce Visual Studio Connected Environment. How would one take the best of Visual Studio and the best of managed Kubernetes and create something useful for development teams?

Ecosystem momentum behind containers is amazing right now with support for containers across clouds, operating systems, and development platforms. Additionally, while microservices as an architectural pattern has been around for years, more and more developers are discovering the advantages every day.

You can check out videos of the Connect() conference at https://www.microsoft.com/connectevent, but you should check out my practice video where I show a live demo of Kubernetes in Visual Studio:

Read more: Announcing Visual Studio and Kubernetes – Visual Studio Connected Environment - Scott Hanselman