Kubernetes

Kubernetes
Using F5 Load Balancer as a Kubernetes Ingress

Using F5 Load Balancer as a Kubernetes Ingress

The F5 BigIP can be setup as a native Kubernetes Ingress Controller to integrate exposed services with the flexibility and agility of the F5 platform. This allows for the security integration as well depending on licensing, such as the ASM - Application Security Module otherwise known as a WAF - Web Application Firewall. Using the F5 controller allows integration into on-premises and cloud environments. Though realistically, this will probably be used for on-premises deployments 95% of the time, either on bare metal or virtualized workloads...

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Terraform, Kubernetes and Public Clouds - Part 1 (AWS)

Terraform, Kubernetes and Public Clouds - Part 1 (AWS)

On July 8th I published an article testing some deployment times to get Kubernetes up and running on different public cloud providers. I used Terraform and a bash script to automate these deployments and test accurately. I received some requests to publish the code and a walkthrough...

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How Long Does it Take to Deploy a Kubernetes Cluster in the Cloud

How Long Does it Take to Deploy a Kubernetes Cluster in the Cloud

Curious how far ahead each major cloud provider with their managed kubernetes service? I test AWS, Azure and GCP to see how fast we can deploy clusters to each cloud. The scripts are run with terraform and using the time utility.

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