Dynamically create and use a persistent volume with Azure Files in Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS)

How to dynamically create an Azure Files share for use by multiple pods in an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster

This sample has been tested with ” AKS, Azure File, PV,PVC, Deployment, Multi-Container ”

Sample file can be accessed from at “https://github.com/fujute/apr5

az aks get-credentials --admin --name MyManagedCluster --resource-group MyResourceGroup
kubectl apply -f storageclass-and-pvc.yaml
kubectl apply -f fuju-nginx-azfile.yaml

kubectl get pod

kubectl exec fuju-nginx-azfile-5c55fddc9f-6tgk  -c 1st-c -- /bin/cat /usr/share/nginx/html/index2.html
kubectl exec fuju-nginx-azfile-5c55fddc9f-6tgk6 -c 1st-c -- /bin/cat /mnt/config-1st/my-config-file.txt
kubectl exec fuju-nginx-azfile-5c55fddc9f-6tgk6 -c 2nd-c -- /bin/cat /mnt/config-2nd/my-config-file.txt

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Fukiat Julnual's role as Technical Evangelist is to support awareness for Microsoft Azure , engages with Technical Community and help IT Professionals to discover the technical value of innovations in Microsoft platform.