A day in the life of a packet in Azure Redhat Openshift (part 3)

This is part 3 of a blog series around networking in Azure Redhat Openshift, and we will see how pods talk to each other inside of the cluster and to other systems in the virtual Network or on-premises. Other posts in the series: Part 1: Intro and SDN Plugin Part 2: Internet and Intra-cluster Communication … Continue reading A day in the life of a packet in Azure Redhat Openshift (part 3)

A day in the life of a packet in Azure Redhat Openshift (part 2)

In this part 2 of my blog series around ARO networking we will have a look and how inbound and outbound Internet connectivity works, as well as connectivity between different pods in the cluster. Other posts in the series: Part 1: Intro and SDN Plugin Part 2: Internet and Intra-cluster Communication Part 3: Inter-Project and … Continue reading A day in the life of a packet in Azure Redhat Openshift (part 2)

Filtering traffic to Private Endpoints with Azure Firewall

If you are reading this, you probably already know what Azure Private Link is: a representation of a service such as Azure Storage, Azure SQL Database, Azure Application Service, or even some application running in a different Virtual Network, in your own Virtual Network with a private IP address of your own. This is a … Continue reading Filtering traffic to Private Endpoints with Azure Firewall

A Day in the Life of a Packet in AKS (part 2): kubenet and ingress controller

Hey again, to complete the previous post on the Azure CNI, here it goes using kubenet instead. To make it a bit more interesting we are going to explore a bunch of additional stuff: Deploying AKS with kubenet in your own vnet (note that this is not well documented or supported by Microsoft at the … Continue reading A Day in the Life of a Packet in AKS (part 2): kubenet and ingress controller