From Cattle to K8s - How to Publicly Expose Your Services in Rancher 2.0

Real world applications deployed using containers usually need to allow outside traffic to be routed to the application containers. Standard ways for providing external access include exposing public ports on the nodes where the application is deployed or placing a load balancer in front of the application containers. Cattle users on Rancher 1.6 are familiar with port mapping to expose services. In this article, we will explore various options for exposing your Kubernetes workload publicly in Rancher 2. Read More…

Prachi Damle
Prachi Damle
event August 14, 2018
timer Read Time: 7 minutes

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