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AKS ErrImagePull and ImagePullBackOff on AKS after a year

Hi all, I’ve deployed me an AKS - Azure Kubernetes Service environment that I use in my Azure training class deliveries almost every week (yes, every AZ-course touches on AKS and Containers…) The Problem My AKS environment was running fine all this time (a bit over a year), allowing me to rely on existing deployed Kubernetes services, as well as building new services as a live demo. Until this morning, where all of a sudden, my own services didn’t start at all, but the kube-system services did.

How to delete a POD from Azure Kubernetes Services (AKS)

Hi again, In about every Azure training delivered the last few months, I am talking about Docker and Azure Kubernetes Services - AKS Along these months, the amount of “sample PODS” I am running within the Kubernetes cluster was continuously growing, resulting in a less efficient demo scenario to show. So cleaning up these running PODS was my 5 seconds action this Saturday morning. While not super hard, it actually took me a bit longer than 5 seconds (more like 10min :)), since I forgot a few “basics” on how Kubernetes is running PODS.