In this OKD Working Group Briefing,  OKD-WG member, Josef Meier (Rohde and Schwarz) walks us through deploying OKD 4.4 Beta Release on Azure and shares his lessons learned, workarounds that were required (but have since been fixed).  Josef reassures us that installation of OKD 4 Beta currently is possible on Azure even if it takes sometimes a few attempts, that his hack/script will not be necessary anymore once the FCOS image is made available on the Azure Marketplace and that it’s lots of fun to work with OKD4! 

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