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  • Make Testenvironments available for internal Testing
    2 projects | | 17 May 2022
    the problems seem to be already be discussed here and here but i did't solve it yet. In case somebody wants to share a nginx ingress .yml, i would welcome it :D
  • Test Out the Kubernetes Terraform Provider
    2 projects | | 10 May 2022
    The Terraform resources that have been defined so far create everything that’s needed to run an application accessible to the cluster, but more resources are needed to access the application from the outside world. Most importantly, a load balancer should be put in front of the “Hello World” service to handle the traffic. This tutorial uses the Nginx Ingress Controller and the Helm Terraform provider to create it. Add the following to to create the Nginx ingress controller:
    2 projects | | 10 May 2022
    Using the Helm Terraform provider and, in turn, the Helm chart makes creating the required Kubernetes resource much easier because it’s not necessary to add a bunch of boilerplate to the Terraform file. If you’d like to explore more than is covered in this tutorial, feel free to check out the Helm chart here. When Terraform creates the helm_release resource, it will create an ingress-nginx-controller deployment, pod, replica set, and other resources required to run the load balancer within the cluster. One more resource needs to be added to expose the Nginx controller to the outside world. Create a Kubernetes ingress for the Nginx controller by adding the following resource definition to
  • 400: Bad Request page via http/https SSL enabled k3s deployment
    1 project | | 9 May 2022
    ingress-nginx is a community nginx ingress that's open source but uses an nginx pod.
  • A Better Way to Provision Kubernetes Resources Using Terraform
    4 projects | | 4 May 2022
    Terraform will perform the following actions: # kubernetes_namespace.nginx_ingress will be created + resource "kubernetes_namespace" "nginx_ingress" { + id = (known after apply) + metadata { + generation = (known after apply) + name = "ingress-nginx" + resource_version = (known after apply) + uid = (known after apply) } } # module.nginx_ingress.helm_release.this[0] will be created + resource "helm_release" "this" { + atomic = false + chart = "ingress-nginx" + cleanup_on_fail = false + create_namespace = false + dependency_update = false + disable_crd_hooks = false + disable_openapi_validation = false + disable_webhooks = false + force_update = true + id = (known after apply) + lint = true + manifest = (known after apply) + max_history = 0 + metadata = (known after apply) + name = "ingress-nginx" + namespace = "ingress-nginx" + recreate_pods = false + render_subchart_notes = true + replace = false + repository = "" + reset_values = false + reuse_values = false + skip_crds = false + status = "deployed" + timeout = 300 + values = [] + verify = false + version = "4.1.0" + wait = false + wait_for_jobs = false + set { + name = "replicaCount" + value = "2" } } Plan: 2 to add, 0 to change, 0 to destroy.
  • Beginner Ingress Assistance Request
    2 projects | | 3 May 2022
    helm repo add ingress-nginx helm template ingress-nginx ingress-nginx/ingress-nginx --namespace ingress-nginx --create-namespace --version 3.40.0 > /media/ingress-nginx_v0.50.0.yaml
    2 projects | | 3 May 2022
    You probably want to make it a DaemonSet (kind: DaemonSet in values.yaml), so that it runs a pod on all nodes (might also need a toleration if the control-plane node is tainted) and hostPort.enabled: true, so that it will listen on nodes' :80 and :443.
  • How to quickly block unwanted IP address when using ingress-nginx without the need of redeployment workloads?
    2 projects | | 30 Apr 2022
    You're going to have to wait for this feature:
  • libvirt-k8s-provisioner - Ansible and terraform to build a cluster from scratch in less than 10 minutes ok KVM
    2 projects | | 25 Apr 2022
    nginx-ingress-controller, haproxy-ingress-controller or contour-ingress-controller for ingress management.
  • Rancher K3s: Kubernetes on Proxmox Containers
    3 projects | | 18 Apr 2022
    K3s ships with a Traefik ingress controller by default. This works fine, but I prefer to use the industry-standard NGINX ingress controller instead, so we'll set that up manually.
  • Deploy Kubernetes (K8s) on Amazon AWS using mixed on-demand and spot instances
    7 projects | | 14 Apr 2022
    You can optionally install Nginx ingress controller and Longhorn.
  • Fully automated Kubernetes (K8s) deployment on AWS using mixed on-demand and spot instances
    4 projects | | 14 Apr 2022
    K8s is installed through kubeadm ad uses Containerd as CRI and Flannel as CNI. You can also install longhorn for the persistent storage and nginx ingress controller for the ingress rules.
    5 projects | | 14 Apr 2022
    This terraform module will deploy a high available Kubernetes (K8s) cluster on Amazon AWS, using mixed on-demand and spot instances. K8s is installed through kubeadm ad usesContainerd as CRI and Flannel as CNI. You can also install longhorn for the persistent storage and nginx ingress controller for the ingress rules. Please note, this is only an example on how to Deploy a Kubernetes cluster. For a production environment you should use EKS or ECS.
  • Otomi: Self-hosted PaaS for Kubernetes on Windows (minikube)
    6 projects | | 13 Apr 2022
    The latest version of Otomi, by default, installs a minimal set of apps, called the Core. The core offers an advanced ingress architecture based on Istio, Nginx ingress controller, Keycloak as IdP, OAuth2 Proxy, and cert-manager. With the web UI (Otomi Console) you can add services to the mesh and securely expose them with just one click. All other integrated apps are now optional and can be activated by dragging them into the enabled apps section.
  • Setup Rancher on EKS + ALB
    3 projects | | 12 Apr 2022
    Rancher documentation is using nginx-ingress-controller and only creates Classic Load Balancer or Network Load Balancer. We will use AWS Load Balancer Controller to create ALB for our Rancher.


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