[Podcast] PodCTL #9 - Unclogging some Kubernetes Plumbing Issues
October 9, 2017 | by
Hello Kubernetes Community and welcome to another episode of the PodCTL podcast.
Far too often, we take plumbing for granted. It's there, it works, and while it's often gritty and grimy, it serves a critical day-to-day purpose. Until it's not there or it doesn't work.
Networking and storage are the plumbing of IT. They have both evolved over time to become more friendly to a software-centric world, and now they are having to evolve to a container-centric world. In this episode, we dig into the technologies and standards (CNI, CSI) that are making it possible to integrate networking and storage into Kubernetes.
The Basics A common request from OpenShift users has long been to raise the number of pods per node. OpenShift has set the limit to 250 starting with the first Kubernetes-based release (3.0) through ...
Introduction Some time ago, I published an article about the idea of self-hosting a load balancer within OpenShift to meet the various requirements for ingress traffic (master, routers, load balancer ...