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Using Microsoft’s Retina to monitor Kubernetes networks

Kubernetes plays an important role at Microsoft. The container management system is a foundational piece of the company’s many clouds, from Microsoft 365 and Xbox, to Azure, to partners like OpenAI that use Microsoft’s Kubernetes to host their own services.

As a result, Microsoft has invented many of its own Kubernetes management tools. These include Kaito for deploying AI inferencing workloads and Fleet for large-scale management of Kubernetes clusters. All of Microsoft’s various tools sit underneath its two managed Kubernetes services, Azure Kubernetes Service and Azure Container Service, allowing you to deploy and orchestrate your container-based applications without needing to build the necessary management framework. It all comes for free, with APIs, portals, and command line interfaces.

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