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  • Hi Jan, The main constraint at this point with installing into other OSes is around the kernel being used and how it appears in the output of `uname -r`. That is used to pull a pre-compiled kernel module specific to that kernel release. If your immutable ...

  • Hello, We are currently in the design phase of a new to build internal cloud infrastructure and during all the design discussions someone brought up the idea to use Contrail K8S CNI to be able to do proper isolation etc. Reading through the Day One documentation ...

  • Network Connectivity in Kubernetes Virtual networking has revolutionized the way organizations build and manage their application infrastructure. With virtual networks, administrators can create complex network topologies that are tightly coupled to ...

  • Kubernetes networking is "flat", meaning that the default pod network is a single subnet that is used by all the pods in the cluster. Pods within the cluster can freely communicate with each other making the cluster internal pod networking insecure by ...

  • Ever since the inception of Kubernetes, the growth in the adoption of containerized application has been in leaps and bounds. Kubernetes takes care of automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. W orkloads ...

  • Reducing the attack surface and preventing lateral movement is a core tenet of effective cybersecurity design. When determining the approach in securing Kubernetes you have to find the right balance of controls that allow you to manage operations at scale. ...

  • Juniper CN2 introduces segmentation and isolation into Kubernetes using Virtual Networks and Virtual Network Routers. A Virtual Network is a logical connectivity zone created and managed within the CNI and delivered using software-defined networking. ...

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