How to expose custom ports on Istio ingress gateway

Service Mesh

How to expose custom ports on Istio ingress gateway

by Peter Jausovec

This article explains how to expose custom ports on the Istio ingress and how can you use the same host name, but different port, and route the traffic to two (or more) Kubernetes services.

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Setting up SSL certificates with Istio Gateway

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Setting up SSL certificates with Istio Gateway

SSL certificates are a must these days. They helps protect the data being sent between the server and the client by encrypting it, which gives your website more credibility. In this blog post I will explore a couple of different ways you can obtain SSL certificates and configure the Istio Gateway to use them.

ArgoCD Best Practices You Should Know

Kubernetes

ArgoCD Best Practices You Should Know

This article contains a set of 10 best practices for Argo Workflows, ArgoCD, and Argo Rollouts.

Running AI On OCI Ampere A1 Instance

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Running AI On OCI Ampere A1 Instance

In this article, I will demonstrate easy steps of preparing and launching compute-intensive AI applications on OCI Ampere A1 shape to take advantage of the best-in-class AI inference performance of Ampere Altra processor and Ampere Inference Optimizer (AIO).

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How to Deploy Traefik Proxy Using Flux and GitOps Principles

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How to Deploy Traefik Proxy Using Flux and GitOps Principles

GitOps makes configuration management seamless by creating a single source of truth for configuration changes so that changes can be transparent, validated, and low-risk. This article and this GitHub repository will show you how Traefik Proxy and Flux can work together to help you implement GitOps principles. But before we jump in, what are these tools, and how do they help?

How to configure Firebase emulators with Next.js?

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How to configure Firebase emulators with Next.js?

Firebase emulators are a suite of Firebase service emulators that allow you to run and test your applications locally. This article describes how to configure and use them with Next.js

Running Hugo on free Ampere VM (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)

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Running Hugo on free Ampere VM (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)

In this article, I'll take you on a journey of setting up a free-for-life virtual machine instance running on OCI. We'll be creating the account, a virtual machine instance, creating a Github repository with Hugo, setting up Nginx on the VM, and obtaining a free SSL certificate.

How to use kwatch to detect crashes in Kubernetes clusters

Kubernetes

How to use kwatch to detect crashes in Kubernetes clusters

kwatch is an open-source tool that detects crashes in Kubernetes Pods in real-time and sends the notifications to supported backends. In this post, we'll show you how to deploy and configure kwatch to send Kubernetes Pod crash notifications to PagerDuty.

Continuous profiling in Kubernetes using Pyroscope

Kubernetes

Continuous profiling in Kubernetes using Pyroscope

In this blog post, we will discuss continuous profiling and then instrument a couple of microservices running on Kubernetes using an open-source tool called Pyroscope.

Monitoring containers with cAdvisor

Kubernetes

Monitoring containers with cAdvisor

Monitoring with cAdvisor allows you to gather information about individual Docker containers. cAdvisor runs as a daemon and collects the information about running containers, crunches the data, and exports it to your backend system of choice (Prometheus, ElasticSearch, StatsD). This article shows you how to install cAdvisor and get the metrics to show up on a dashboard in Grafana.

Creating a Kubernetes cluster in Google Cloud (LAB)

Kubernetes

Creating a Kubernetes cluster in Google Cloud (LAB)

In this first lab in the series of Kubernetes labs, we'll learn how to create a Kubernetes cluster in Google Cloud

Your first Kubernetes Pod and ReplicaSet (LABS)

Kubernetes

Your first Kubernetes Pod and ReplicaSet (LABS)

You've created your Kubernetes cluster and now it's time to put it to use. In this second lab you'll create your first Kubernetes Pod and your first Kubernetes ReplicaSet