IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service Deployment Patterns #4: Multi-Zone Cluster, LoadBalancer Aggregating Whole Region Capacity
Learn how to deploy an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service multi-zone cluster by aggregating the capacity of the whole region by allowing the NLBs to distribute traffic to all zones within the region.
Learn how to deploy an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service multi-zone cluster with the app exposed via ALB/Ingress controller.
When considering Kubernetes cluster deployment patterns, the simplest pattern is deploying an IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service cluster in a single zone within a region, and we'll go into more detail on this option here.
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With the upcoming release of Kubernetes version 1.12 on IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service, we are releasing the new IKS LoadBalancer 2.0 for public beta so that customers may test. This article discusses the capabilities of this LoadBalancer service and a few deployment patterns around it, providing examples along the way.
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Apply fine-grained access controls and separation of resources in the IBM Cloud Kubernetes Service leveraging using new capabilities from IBM Cloud.