Using Traefik As Your Ingress Controller Combined With MetalLB On Your Bare Metal Kubernetes Cluster – Part 2

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Using Traefik As Your Ingress Controller Behind MetalLB On Your Bare Metal Kubernetes Cluster – Part 2 This is Part 2 – Using Traefik As Your Ingress Controller Behind MetalLB On Your Bare Metal Kubernetes Cluster. In Part 1 you can see how to install / configure MetalLBon your Kubernetes Cluster, in Part 2 I […]

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Using MetalLB And Traefik Load Balancing For Your Bare Metal Kubernetes Cluster – Part 1

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Using MetalLB And Traefik for Load balancing on your Bare Metal Kubernetes Cluster – Part 1 Running a Kubernetes Cluster in your own data center on Bare Metal hardware can be lots of fun but also can be challenging. One of the changeless are exposing your service to an external Load Balancer, Kubernetes does not […]

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Updated: Using Consul For Service Discovery In Multiple Data Centers Version 1.4 – part 2

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Configuring Consul for Service Discovery in a Multiple Data Centers This is part two on Configuring Consul for Service Discovery in a Multiple Data Centers using version 1.4, to see part 1 click here. Note: You might also want to read the original post which was using version 0.9.2, by going here part 1 and […]

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Updated: Using Consul For Service Discovery in Multiple Data Centers Version 1.4 – Part 1

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Configuring Consul for Service Discovery in a Multiple Data Centers Since my last post on how to configure Consul for Service Discovery in a Multi Data Center, a number of things have changed and got updated. You can see the original post by going here part 1 and here part 2, the original write-up was […]

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CoreOS Kubernetes Configuration Generator Version 0.8 – Available As A Docker Image

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CoreOS Kubernetes configuration generator now available as a Docker Image on Docker Hub I finally got around to update the Kubernetes Configuration Generator. the Kubernetes Ignition Generator is now available as a Docker Image in the official Docker Hub. Using a Docker image simplifies eliminate most requirements such as the need to install Python modules, […]

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CoreOS Kubernetes Configuration Generator. Now Supports Kubernetes 1.13, RBAC, Bootstrapping, More

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CoreOS Kubernetes configuration generator, updated to support Kubernetes 1.13.x Kubernetes configuration generator now configures/supports Kubernetes version 1.13.x, RBAC, Bottstraping and much more. Version 0.7 NEW! version 0.7 works with Kubernetes 1.13.1+ NEW: Updated the script to configure / work with Kubernetes 1.13.1. Note: The current updated version will most likely not work with older Kubernetes […]

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Deploying Helm / Tiller, Prometheus, AlertManager, Grafana, Elasticsearch On Your kubernetes Cluster – Part 2

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Installing, configuring Prometheus and Grafana Below I am continuing, with options on installing Prometheus and Grafana. This is Part 2. in Part 1 I am describing what it takes to install Helm, Tiller as well as SSL/TLS configuration. It has been a while, I didn’t had a chance to complete the Prometheus & Grafana installation […]

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Deploying Helm / Tiller, Prometheus, AlertManager, Grafana, Elasticsearch On Your kubernetes Cluster

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Deploying Helm Charts / Tiller on your kubernetes cluster Below is a continuation to my previous post(S) part 1-7 on how to configure Kubernetes 3 Master Node cluster. In the post below I am going to show you. How to install / configure – Helm / Tiller on your kubernetes cluster. How to install / […]

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Enabling, Configuring RBAC, TLS Node Bootstrapping On An Existing Kubernetes Cluster – Part 7

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Configuring RBAC, TLS Node Bootstrapping On An Existing Kubernetes(1.11) Cluster. Below is a continuation to my previous post(S) part 1-6 on how to configure Kubernetes 3 Master Node cluster. In the post below I am going to show you. How to enable and configure RBAC on an your existing kubernetes cluster. how to automatically bootstrap […]

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