ingress | Kubernetes Ingress controller with integrated Wallarm | Runtime Evironment library

 by   wallarm Go Version: 4.6.4+upstream4.7.0 License: Apache-2.0

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kandi X-RAY | ingress Summary

ingress is a Go library typically used in Server, Runtime Evironment, Nginx applications. ingress has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

ingress-nginx is an Ingress controller for Kubernetes using NGINX as a reverse proxy and load balancer.

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              ingress has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 32 star(s) with 13 fork(s). There are 12 watchers for this library.
              There were 4 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
              There are 1 open issues and 6 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 7 days. There are 5 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of ingress is 4.6.4+upstream4.7.0

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              ingress has no bugs reported.

            kandi-Security Security

              ingress has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

            kandi-License License

              ingress is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              ingress releases are available to install and integrate.
              Installation instructions are available. Examples and code snippets are not available.

            Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

            kandi has reviewed ingress and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into ingress implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.
            • New returns a new Storer
            • ReadConfig creates a new config . Configuration
            • parseFlags parses command line flags .
            • NewDefault creates a default configuration
            • NewNGINXController returns a new NINXController .
            • NewSocketCollector returns a new SocketCollector .
            • NewController returns a new Controller .
            • mergeAlternativeBackends checks that an ingress is in the given ingress .
            • getIngressRows builds an ingress row of ingress .
            • getEndpoints returns the ingress endpoints for a service
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            ingress Key Features

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            ingress Examples and Code Snippets

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            Community Discussions


            I want to apply H.264 RTP video streaming over P4 SDN on Mininet
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 17:48

            I have to do an exercise were I got h.264 video sender host, h.264 video receiver (with background traffic receiver) host, and a background traffic generator host. All of these three are on different ip subnet connected to P4 controller.



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 17:48

            Yes I can see what you mean, I have done this integration before you only forget the priority statement otherwise should run well, please add this to your code;


            apply { ipv4_lpm.apply();




            Use Kubernetes Ingress with dynamic parameters to web API
            Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 21:07

            I am having a problem using Kubernetes Ingress with a ASP.NET core web API.

            Lets say I have a web API with three controllers (simplified code to demonstrate three routes /, /ep1, /ep2):



            Answered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:57

            Routing within the app should be handled by the app. So, there should be no need to define dynamic paths. Try this.



            Do I need nginx image when i use nginx ingress in kubernetes?
            Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 12:34

            I am learning kubernetes and got into a point where I am very confused. I have installed metallb and ingress-nginx so it is possible to access content from outside. I saw several examples that are using nginx image running in pod despite they are also using ingress-nginx.

            Isn't ingress-nginx capable to do all work as nginx image? Otherwise what roles those two play?

            I need to deploy express server where I would like to utilize some nginx features like gzip so it is where reverse proxy comes.

            So do I need to make it work on ingress-nginx level or from nginx image? And if I need nginx image does it mean that I need to run separately nginx image and my built node image with my express app?



            Answered 2021-Jun-14 at 12:34

            Short answer: No
            But it's complicated.

            nginx image you mentioned is one of the most popular images (5th on the Docker Hub, by the time of this writing), is relatively small (133MB), and is easy to remember. That's why it is widely used as an example in many tutorials.

            Isn't ingress-nginx capable to do all work as nginx image?

            To some extent.
            Pod and Ingress are different Kubernetes resources, and they act differently. nginx image is usually deployed as a container inside a pod.

            In case of nginx ingress controller, similiar image is used for both Pod and Ingress (mentioned below).

            Whenever you deploy (for example) a rewrite rule in ingress controller



            Regex to get match on entire string
            Asked 2021-Jun-14 at 09:57

            How to match a a word before a specific charachter using sed in bash?

            In my scenario I would need to match the metrics names in the entire string which occurs only before {.

            The below is the string I am working on.



            Answered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:22

            This will look for two occurrences on the line onto a separate line in new_file (with GNU sed):



            AWS Load Balancer Controller successfully creates ALB when Ingress is deployed, but unable to get DNS Name in CDK code
            Asked 2021-Jun-13 at 20:44

            I originally posted this question as an issue on the GitHub project for the AWS Load Balancer Controller here:

            I'm seeing some odd behavior that I can't trace or explain when trying to get the loadBalacnerDnsName from an ALB created by the controller. I'm using v2.2.0 of the AWS Load Balancer Controller in a CDK project. The ingress that I deploy triggers the provisioning of an ALB, and that ALB can connect to my K8s workloads running in EKS.

            Here's my problem: I'm trying to automate the creation of a Route53 A Record that points to the loadBalancerDnsName of the load balancer, but the loadBalancerDnsName that I get in my CDK script is not the same as the loadBalancerDnsName that shows up in the AWS console once my stack has finished deploying. The value in the console is correct and I can get a response from that URL. My CDK script outputs the value of the DnsName as a CfnOutput value, but that URL does not point to anything.

            In CDK, I have tried to use KubernetesObjectValue to get the DNS name from the load balancer. This isn't working (see this related issue:, so I'm trying to lookup the Load Balancer with CDK's .fromLookup and using a tag that I added through my ingress annotation:



            Answered 2021-Jun-13 at 20:23

            I think that the answer is to use external-dns.

            ExternalDNS allows you to control DNS records dynamically via Kubernetes resources in a DNS provider-agnostic way.



            GCP - access from API Gateway to Google Cloud Run backend
            Asked 2021-Jun-13 at 12:12

            In my GCP project, I have a python API running in a docker container (using connexion). I want to expose the API (with an API key) using API Gateway.

            When I deploy the docker container with --ingress internal, I get Access is forbidden. on API calls over the Gateway. So the API gateway cannot access the Google Run container. When I use --ingress all, all works as expected, but then my internal API is accessible from the web, which is not what I want.

            I created a service account for this:



            Answered 2021-Jun-13 at 12:12

            Ingress internal means "Accept only the requests coming from the project's VPC or VPC SC perimeter".

            When you use API Gateway, you aren't in your VPC, it's serverless, it's in Google Cloud managed VPC. Therefore, your query are forbidden.

            And because API Gateway can't be plugged to a VPC Connector (for now) and thus can't route the request to your VPC, you can't use this ingress=internal mode.

            Thus, the solution is to set an ingress to all, which is not a concern is you authorize only the legit accounts to access it.

            For that, check in Cloud Run service is there is allUsers granted with the roles/run.invoker in your project.

            • If yes, remove it

            Then, create a service account and grant it the roles/run.invoker on the Cloud Run service.

            Follow this documentation

            • Step 4: update the x-google-backend in your OpenAPI spec file to add the correct authentication audience when you call your Cloud Run (it's the base service URL)
            • Step 5: create a gateway with a backend service account; set the service account that you created previously

            At the end, only the account authenticated and authorized will be able to reach your Cloud Run service

            All the unauthorized access are filtered by Google Front End and discarded before reaching your service. Therefore, your service isn't invoked for nothing and therefore your pay nothing!

            Only API Gateway (and the potential other accounts that you let on the Cloud Run service) can invoke to the Cloud Run service.

            So, OK, your URL is public, reachable from the wild internet, but protected with Google Front End and IAM.



            helm charting - how to render a same template more than once?
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 11:13

            I wish to create a helm chart to deploy an app that has multiple different pods (hence multiple deployment manifests). Here's the structure of the chart:



            Answered 2021-Jun-11 at 11:13

            You can use any templating constructs you want inside the template files. A file can include (or generate) multiple YAML files (or none); if it's more than one you need to make sure each begins with the --- YAML start-of-document marker.

            If you wanted to generate multiple Deployments based on values, for example, you can specify



            GKE Internal Ingress for Headless Service
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 11:12

            I'm trying to create an internal ingress for inter-cluster communication with gke. The service that I'm trying to expose is headless and points to a kafka-broker on the cluster.

            However when I try to load up the ingress, it says it cannot find the service?



            Answered 2021-Jun-11 at 11:12

            Setting up ingress for internal load balancing requires you to configure a proxy-only subnet on the same VPC used by your GKE cluster. This subnet will be used for the load balancers proxies. You'll also need to create a fw rule to allow traffic as well.

            Have a look at the prereqs for ingress and then look here for info on how to setup the proxy-only subnet for your VPC.



            AKS BAD Gateway 502 Error when accessing Gateway IP
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 06:40

            i'm working on a new idea for which I've created a setup as follows on Azure Kubernetes:

            1. 1 cluster
            2. 1 node pool in said cluster
            3. 1 deployment which creates 2 pods in the pool
            4. 1 load balancer service balancing requests between the 2 pods

            I'm trying to submit a json request into the loadbalancer from outside the cluster with an AKS IP, to which i encounter 502 Bad Gateway issues.

            This is my deployment file



            Answered 2021-Jun-11 at 06:40

            I don't see below annotations in your Ingress..

            Can you add them and try?



            High Storage Cost with Azure Time Series Insights Gen2
            Asked 2021-Jun-11 at 00:42

            We are currently confused/concerned by the development of storage cost for the underlying Storage Account of a Time Series Insights Instance.

            Time Series Insights Ingress Received Bytes shows an amount of 1.5 GB for the last 30 days:

            If I look at the related storage account for the same time span I see an ingress of 7.9 TB:

            I know that TSI needs some space for additional indices and so on but this difference is very surprising and will result in a problem when we scale up our solution.

            We set the Warm Storage Retention to the maximum of 31 Days.

            Is this behavior something to expect when using Time Series Insights or is there anything we can do about this to reduce the usage of the Storage Account? I can not find anything about this behavior in the documentation.



            Answered 2021-Jun-11 at 00:42
            • With extremely small ingress per partition, TSI makes relatively large writes to Storage by overwriting portions of the files.
            • TSI is in the process of deploying an enhancement that will reduce transactions and volume of writes to Storage by many orders of magnitude; especially for small ingress rate.
            • As a temporary workaround, for small ingress rate, it is recommended to use a hub with smaller number of partitions, e.g. targeting around 0.2-0.5 MBps per partition.

            In future I would prefer raising a support ticket for such investigations


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