Tag: cilium

On-premises egress design patterns for Amazon EKS

Introduction When adopting a Kubernetes platform, architect teams are often highly focused on INGRESS traffic patterns. Why? Kubernetes has a first-class support for in-cluster traffic flows as well as into-cluster traffic flow implemented by ClusterIP and the INGRESS constructs .The object model allows the load balancing of Kubernetes pods natively and also extends the constructs […]

A multi-cluster shared services architecture with Amazon EKS using Cilium ClusterMesh

Introduction Over the past couple of years, organizations have increased their pace of Kubernetes adoption. They want to be more agile so they can innovate and deliver new products to the market more efficiently. Among many of the early adopters of the Kubernetes platform, it was not uncommon to operate a single large Kubernetes cluster […]