In this series I will attempt to demystify the Kubernetes networkiing layers. This first part will look at containers and pods.
In this post I will show you how you can install a RKE2 in with Calico’s encripted VXLAN.
In this post I will show you how to install K3S with k3sup and use Calico as networking.
Kubernetes offers rich configuration options, but defaults are usually the least secure. Most sysadmin didn’t knows how to secure a kubernetes clyuster. So this is my Best Practice list to keeping Kubernetes Clusters Secure.
In this post I’will show you how to install kubernetes Without kube-proxy using calico’s eBPF mode.