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Today's ITUnity Champ:

Anthony Chu

Anthony Chu

Software Architect, BuildDirect Technologies
Blog: http://anthonychu.ca/
Twitter: @nthonyChu

An Azure Most Valuable Professional based in Vancouver, Canada, Chu works almost exclusively on cloud-based solutions these days. He has expertise with ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, Node, Angular, React, Azure and AWS. (He also had a top-selling Windows Phone app called Wonder Reader at one point.) He’s spoken at conferences on Azure, Docker, Windows Containers, the Microsoft Bot Framework and Cognitive Services.

On his blog, Chu has a number of posts on his work with containers. Given Microsoft’s work with the Kubernetes container orchestrator, Chu’s recent how-to post on using Kubernetes with ASP.NET Core is timely:

Managing ASP.NET Core App Settings on Kubernetes
Kubernetes is quickly becoming my favorite container orchestrator. Everything, so far, has been intuitive and it looks like they’ve put a lot of thought into how all the pieces fit together. One example is how it handles configuration and secrets.

Today we’ll look at how to use secrets in Kubernetes to override some properties in an ASP.NET Core app’s configuration at runtime.
Read the rest of his post here.