Tag: Ingress

A Year in Review: A Look Back at the Most Powerful Mirantis Resources from 2021

2021 has been quite the year - and while there have been plenty of not-so-good times, we at Mirantis would like to take a moment to focus on the good. We are thankful for the opportunity to provide our readers with informative, accurate, and, above all, educational content via our company blog. We try not only to include helpful information …

A Year in Review: A Look Back at the Most Powerful Mirantis Resources from 2021
Introducing Swarm-Only Mode for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0

While many Mirantis Kubernetes Engine (MKE) users manage Kubernetes and Docker Swarm clusters side-by-side, there are many others with no need for Kubernetes at all. For those users, we are pleased to introduce Swarm-only mode in MKE 3.5.0. Swarm-only mode is a new MKE configuration option — if you choose this mode during setup, the platform will only support Swarm orchestration …

Introducing Swarm-Only Mode for Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0
Introducing the NGINX Ingress Controller in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0

Most Kubernetes services don’t just exchange information within their cluster — outside users and services need to be able to access them. The Kubernetes Ingress resource makes this possible, describing a set of routing rules according to hostname and/or path. An ingress controller implements those routing rules to route the incoming HTTP traffic to a service in your cluster. With the …

Introducing the NGINX Ingress Controller in Mirantis Kubernetes Engine 3.5.0
Your App Deserves More than Kubernetes Ingress: Kubernetes Ingress vs. Istio Gateway [webinar]

Any application running at production scale should have an “Ingress” to expose itself to the outside world. While Kubernetes provides the “Ingress” resource for this purpose, its feature set is limited depending on the kind of Ingress Controller (usually nginx) being used. Alternatively, you can leverage Istio and take advantage of its more feature-rich Ingress Gateway resource, even if your application …

Your App Deserves More than Kubernetes Ingress: Kubernetes Ingress vs. Istio Gateway [webinar]
Introduction to Istio Ingress: The easy way to manage incoming Kubernetes app traffic

Istio Ingress is a subset of Istio that handles the incoming traffic for your cluster.

Introduction to Istio Ingress: The easy way to manage incoming Kubernetes app traffic
Istio Webinar Postmortem

Live demos are a thing of beauty — you never know when the demo gods will decide to break your precious setup. During yesterday's live webinar, Your Application Deserves Better than Kubernetes Ingress: Istio vs. Kubernetes, the first thing I wanted to show during the Istio service mesh demo was exposing an app using NodePort. Applying the deployment file resulted …

Istio Webinar Postmortem
Kubernetes Service YAML, Part 2:, Ingress & repeated nodes

We look at enhancing your YAML documents with repeated nodes in the context of Kubernetes Services, Endpoints, and Ingress.

Kubernetes Service YAML, Part 2:, Ingress & repeated nodes