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Overview NSX ALB (previously known as Avi) offers rich capabilities for L4-L7 load balancing across different clouds and for different workloads. However if you run vSphere with Tanzu (TKGs) on top of NSX-T networking, NSX-T will deploy standard NSX load balancers to offer L4 load balancing for guest Tanzu clusters cluster-api and subsequent loadbalancer services […]

Overview Antrea CNI offers a very handy feature called NodePortLocal which runs as part of the Antrea agents. This feature allows exposed Pod to be accessed from external network using specific ports opened only on the node on which that pod is running. This enables better integration with external Load Balancers which can take advantage […]

Overview With the release of NSX 4.0.0.1 and VMware Antrea 1.5.0 came a very interesting announcement that you can now secure Antrea containers integrated with NSX using NSX IDPS i.e. leveraging threat prevention sigantures and capabilities to secure your containerised workloads. This feature is however is tech preview only at the moment, which means it is not […]

Overview NSX ALB (previously known as Avi) offers rich capabilities for L4-L7 load balancing across different clouds and for different workloads. NSX ALB can be configured to L4-L7 load balance across containers workloads by means of deploying an ingress controller which is known as AKO (Avi Kubernetes Operator) and leverage the standard Ingress API in […]

Overview NSX ALB (previously known as Avi) offers rich capabilities for L4-L7 load balancing across different clouds and for different workloads. NSX ALB can be configured to L4-L7 load balance across containers workloads by means of deploying an ingress controller which is known as AKO (Avi Kubernetes Operator) and leverage the standard Ingress API in […]

Tanzu Community Edition is an open source kubernetes platform based on the successful VMware Tanzu offering. It is freely available and community supported. Tanzu community edition can be deployed on any cloud (vSphere, AWS, Azure, etc.). Tanzu community edition can be deployed in either an unmanaged cluster mode (standalone) or managed clusters. Standalone mode is […]