I am setting up Kubernetes cluster on Azure (using AKS) to host Elasticsearch, Kibana, custom api, UI, nginx, etc.
As I don’t want separate public IP per service, I need a way to setup a common load balancer/Ingress and then just add the port numbers to there and setup routing.
I tried using the approach mentioned in this stackoverflow question - How to expose multiple port using a load balancer services in kubernetes but didn’t work out.
As there are technology clients connecting to my cluster, I need to have service per technology.
Basically I need to expose 9200, 5601, 80 - all on same IP but on accessing the IP with port, user must be re-directed to appropriate technology service.
Below is sample configuration for what am looking for.
apiVersion: extensions/v1beta1 kind: Ingress metadata: name: myingress spec: rules: - host: myurl.domain.com http: paths: - path: / backend: serviceName: elasticsearch servicePort: 9200 - path: / backend: serviceName: kibana servicePort: 5602
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