See the AKS docs for details on how to provision a cluster if you don't have one already.
See the Helm docs for details on how to deploy a Seq instance into a Kubernetes cluster. There are just a few Azure specifics to keep in mind.
Azure Kubernetes Service creates a few default storage classes for you. Seq needs a managed disk to store data (not Azure Files), which corresponds to the
managed-premium storage class. This can be configured when deploying the Helm chart:
helm install -f config.yaml my-seq stable/seq
# config.yaml persistence: storageClass: managed-premium
With a Seq instance deployed, see the docs on collecting application logs for instructions on how to get log events into Seq.
Updated about 1 year ago