Kubernetes on Azure

Install the Azure CLI tool and log in:

az login

Sourcegraph on Kubernetes requires at least 16 cores in the DSv3 family in the Azure location of your choice (e.g. eastus), so make sure you have enough available (if not, request a quota increase):

$ az vm list-usage -l eastus -o table
Name                                CurrentValue    Limit
--------------------------------  --------------  -------
Standard DSv3 Family vCPUs                     0       32

Ensure that these Azure service providers are enabled:

az provider register -n Microsoft.Network
az provider register -n Microsoft.Storage
az provider register -n Microsoft.Compute
az provider register -n Microsoft.ContainerService

Create a resource group:

az group create --name sourcegraphResourceGroup --location eastus

Create a cluster:

az aks create --resource-group sourcegraphResourceGroup --name sourcegraphCluster --node-count 1 --generate-ssh-keys --node-vm-size Standard_D16s_v3

Connect to the cluster for future kubectl commands:

az aks get-credentials --resource-group sourcegraphResourceGroup --name sourcegraphCluster

Follow the Sourcegraph cluster installation instructions with storageClass set to managed-premium in config.json:

-    "storageClass": "default"
+    "storageClass": "managed-premium"

You can see if the pods are ready and check for installation problems through the Kubernetes dashboard:

az aks browse --resource-group sourcegraphResourceGroup --name sourcegraphCluster

Set up a load balancer to make the main web server accessible over the network to external users:

kubectl expose deployment sourcegraph-frontend --type=LoadBalancer --name=sourcegraphloadbalancer --port=80 --target-port=3080