Kubernetes

Securing ingress-nginx with cert-manager

Securing ingress-nginx with cert-manager

In one of our first tutorials, we showed you how to get started with ingress-nginx on your Kubernetes cluster. As a next step, we will tell you how to go about securing ingress-nginx with cert-manager by creating TLS certificates for your services! What is...

Mastering Kubernetes with Cilium: Empowering L7 Traffic Control

Mastering Kubernetes with Cilium: Empowering L7 Traffic Control

With the new release of the Cilium CNI on our Kubernetes Service you'll get the ability to filter traffic based on L7 properties. It's very powerful and can help a lot with your services security. In this tutorial, we'll be securing an API endpoint to allow access...

ReadWriteMany (RWX) with the NFS Ganesha Provisioner

ReadWriteMany (RWX) with the NFS Ganesha Provisioner

Introduction You have the desire that your application needs to scale across multiple nodes for load balancing, but needs access to a common PVC? For this purpose, you need a PVC that is RWX-enabled. As part of our Managed Kubernetes Cluster, it is possible to create...

Resizing Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes

Resizing Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes

You want to resize a PersistentVolume (PV) in Kubernetes? In this tutorial, you'll learn how to do it. If you don't already know what a PV is and how you can create one, you should check out the tutorial Creating Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes first.   Let's...

Custom Connection Limit for Load Balancers

Custom Connection Limit for Load Balancers

You need to set a custom limit for incoming connections on your load balancer? Here you can learn how to achieve this! About the Connection Limit The connection limit specifies the maximum allowed number of connections per second for a load balancer listener (open...

Automatic Fedora CoreOS Updates for your Kubernetes

Automatic Fedora CoreOS Updates for your Kubernetes

You want automated Fedora CoresOS updates for your Kubernetes? And what do Zincati and libostree have to do with it? Here you will quickly see an overview! Fedora CoreOS is used as the operating system for many Kubernetes clusters. This operating system, which...

X-Forwarded-For and Proxy-Protocol

X-Forwarded-For and Proxy-Protocol

You want to know how to get the IP addresses of your clients in your Kubernetes cluster? In five minutes you have an overview! From HTTP client to application In the nginx-Ingress-Controller tutorial, we showed how to make an application publicly accessible. In the...

Kubernetes Alerting with Prometheus Alert manager

Kubernetes Alerting with Prometheus Alert manager

In a previous post, Sebastian explained how to monitor your Kubernetes cluster with the Prometheus Operator. This post builds on that and shows how to set up notifications via email and as push notifications with the Alert Manager. Install the Monitoring Stack with...

Logging with Loki and Grafana in Kubernetes

Logging with Loki and Grafana in Kubernetes

You already know the most important building blocks for starting your application from our Tutorial-Serie. Are you still missing metrics and logs for your applications? After this blog post, you can tick off the latter. Logging with Loki and Grafana in Kubernetes - an...

Manage Kubernetes Nodegroups

Manage Kubernetes Nodegroups

As of this week, our customers can use the "node group feature" for their NWS Managed Kubernetes Cluster plan. What are node groups and what can I do with them? Our seventh blog post in the series explains this and more. What are Node Groups? With node groups, it is...

Creating Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes

Creating Persistent Volumes in Kubernetes

You want to create a persistent volume in Kubernetes? Here you can learn how it works with Openstack Cinder in a NWS Managed Kubernetes plan. Pods and containers are by definition more or less ephemeral components in a Kubernetes cluster and are created and destroyed...

Monitoring Kubernetes with Prometheus

Monitoring Kubernetes with Prometheus

Monitoring - for many a certain love-hate relationship. Some like it, others despise it. I am one of those who tend to despise it, but then grumble when you can't see certain metrics and information. Regardless of personal preferences on the subject, however, the...

Your first steps with Kubernetes

Your first steps with Kubernetes

You have a brand new Kubernetes cluster and want to get started now? But regardless of whether you have a local minikube or a Managed Kubernetes with all the bells and whistles, the first Kubernetes objects in the super simple YAML format will make almost everyone...

How to start your Managed Kubernetes at NWS

How to start your Managed Kubernetes at NWS

Interested in how to start a Managed Kubernetes at NWS? Here you can find out how to get started! First, you will need an account for our NETWAYS Web Services platform. After registering, you can start our open source-Apps like RocketChat and GitLab and also create...

Managed Kubernetes vs. Kubernetes On-Premises

Managed Kubernetes vs. Kubernetes On-Premises

Managed Kubernetes vs. Kubernetes On-Premises - do I go for a Managed Kubernetes plan or am I better off running Kubernetes myself? For some, of course, the question does not even arise in the first place, as it is strategically specified by the group or their own...