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Kubernetes and OpenShift Networking Primer

avatar Roberto Casula
Posted on Dec 20, 2017 1:39:30 PM

Networking in Docker   Docker's default networking model (on Linux) is based on local host bridging via a native Linux bridge (usually called docker0), with each Docker container being assigned a virtual interface connected to the bridge and mapped (via Linux namespaces) to a local eth0 interface in the container which is assigned an IP address from the bridge's subnet.
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Topics: kubernetes, openshift, Kubernetes and OpenShift Networking, Networking in Kubernetes, Networking in OpenShift, Networking in Docker, Networking in OpenShift using OVS

Kubernetes Deployment | Is Your Infrastructure Ready?

avatar Swarna Podila
Posted on Nov 16, 2016 3:22:52 PM

This blog post originally appeared on The New Stack as an entry in a series of essays from participants of the upcoming  KubeCon and CloudNativeCon conferences, being held November 8-9 in Seattle.
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Topics: kubernetes, openshift, kubecon, cloudnativecon, cloud native computing foundation, CNCF, Microservices, Containers

   
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