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API Workloads on Kubernetes | Show Code Part 4

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In this episode, we will touch on a hot buzzword to any person who is managing or exploring microservices infrastructures: Kubernetes!



In a nutshell and by Google’s definition, Kubernetes is an open-source container-orchestration system for automating computer application deployment, scaling, and management.



Today, we will explore through live follow-the-trainer demos how to deploy Kubernetes ingress policies in different levels, and I will show how to deploy ingress as edge API gateway by applying security policies.

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API Workloads on Kubernetes | Show Code Part 4

  1. 1. API Workloads on K8s DEMO USING NGINX PLUS – KUBERNETES INGRESS CONTROLLER Rajesh Bavanantham NGINX Solutions Architect, ANZ
  2. 2. | ©2019 F52 CONFIDENTIAL NGINX & K8S news • https://cilium.io/blog/2020/08/ 19/google-chooses-cilium-for- gke-networking • https://www.docker.com/pricin g/retentionfaq • https://techcrunch.com/2020/0 8/13/mirantis-acquires-lens- an-ide-for-kubernetes/
  3. 3. | ©2019 F53 CONFIDENTIAL Some interesting K8S tools to watch… • https://github.com/madhuakul a/kubernetes-goat • https://lifebelt.dev/ • https://github.com/awslabs/cd k8s
  4. 4. | ©2019 F54 Aspect or Feature kubernetes/ingress-nginx nginxinc/kubernetes-ingress with NGINX nginxinc/kubernetes-ingress with NGINX Plus Fundamental Authors Kubernetes community NGINX Inc and community NGINX Inc and community NGINX version Custom NGINX build that includes several third-party modules NGINX official mainline build NGINX Plus Commercial support N/A N/A Included Load balancing configuration via the Ingress resource Merging Ingress rules with the same host Supported Supported via Mergeable Ingresses Supported via Mergeable Ingresses HTTP load balancing extensions - Annotations See the supported annotations See the supported annotations See the supported annotations HTTP load balancing extensions -- ConfigMap See the supported ConfigMap keys See the supported ConfigMap keys See the supported ConfigMap keys TCP/UDP Supported via a ConfigMap Supported via custom resources Supported via custom resources Websocket Supported Supported via an annotation Supported via an annotation TCP SSL Passthrough Supported via a ConfigMap Supported via custom resources Supported via custom resources JWT validation Not supported Not supported Supported Session persistence Supported via a third-party module Not supported Supported Canary testing (by header, cookie, weight) Supported via annotations Supported via custom resources Supported via custom resources Configuration templates *1 See the template See the templates See the templates Difference between NGINX Ingress Controllers
  5. 5. | ©2019 F55 Aspect or Feature kubernetes/ingress-nginx nginxinc/kubernetes-ingress with NGINX nginxinc/kubernetes-ingress with NGINX Plus Load balancing configuration via Custom Resources HTTP load balancing Not supported See VirtualServer and VirtualServerRoute resources See VirtualServer and VirtualServerRoute resources TCP/UDP load balancing Not supported See TransportServer resource See TransportServer resource TCP SSL Passthrough load balancing Not supported See TransportServer resource See TransportServer resource Deployment Command-line arguments *2 See the arguments See the arguments See the arguments TLS certificate and key for the default server Required as a command-line argument/ auto-generated Required as a command-line argument Required as a command-line argument Helm chart Supported Supported Supported Operator Not supported Supported Supported Operational Reporting the IP address(es) of the Ingress controller into Ingress resources Supported Supported Supported Extended Status Supported via a third-party module Not supported Supported Prometheus Integration Supported Supported Supported Dynamic reconfiguration of endpoints (no configuration reloading) Supported with a third-party Lua module Not supported Supported Difference between NGINX Ingress Controllers (continued)
  6. 6. | ©2019 F56 Ingress Controller @ the edge of K8S
  7. 7. | ©2019 F57 Ingress Controller @ the edge and namespace
  8. 8. | ©2019 F58 The Dem(o)i god CONFIDENTIAL

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