Azure NetApp Files with Terraform – Update!

We saw in my last post here, how we can deploy ANF volumes in an existing Azure environments using existing VNETs, Resource Groups and Subnet. There seemed to be a bug in the tf provider that didn’t update the Active Directory credentials once specified in the .tf file. We had to make an additional API […]

Azure NetApp Files + Trident = Dynamic and Persistent Storage for Kubernetes

My eleven year old daughter recently asked me ‘the question’. You know the one… “Hey dadda, what’s Kubernetes?” How do you explain Kubernetes to an eleven year old?! Check out this video to learn how. Brilliant. I am not a Kubernetes expert. I am learning, probably just like you are. Creating resources, tearing down resources, building them […]

Part 1: ANF API 101 with Postman

Azure NetApp Files is a first party Azure service and is therefor fully integrated with Azure Resource Manager, the Azure Portal, CLI, PowerShell and REST APIs. REST APIs can be a bit scary if you’ve never worked with them before. A really good ANF API resource is the official Microsoft Docs page. It lists all […]


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