From Ingress to Gateway: why my solution needs Istio Gateways on Kubernetes platforms

In my Korthweb project I was researching for the best ingress mechanism for HTTP and TCP workload, both of which need to be secured. I started with Kubernetes Ingress but eventually decided to go with Istio Gateway. This blog post is about the justification. In this essay, I will make the distinction between Ingress and … Read moreFrom Ingress to Gateway: why my solution needs Istio Gateways on Kubernetes platforms

AKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

Even though Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is a managed service, building a cluster is not trivial. For help resources, I would start with the webinar “Configure Your AKS cluster with Confidence” from April 2021, which focuses on a set of working best practices (convention over configuration) but obviously not every recommendation suits every use case. … Read moreAKS Lessons Learned 2 of 2

AKS Lessons Learned 1 of 2

In general, troubleshooting Kubernetes is tricky. That is because one has to get in and out of pods. I took two days to troubleshoot some networking issues with private AKS cluster. For the amount of of tricks I had to employ, I need to take some notes. The issue After writing the Terraform code, I … Read moreAKS Lessons Learned 1 of 2