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  • Tutorial

    Recommended Steps to Secure a DigitalOcean Kubernetes Cluster

    In this guide, you will take basic steps to secure your DigitalOcean Kubernetes cluster. You will configure secure local authentication with TLS/SSL certificates, grant permissions to local users with Role-based acces...
    By Damaso Sanoja Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes Security
  • Tutorial

    How To Set Up ReadWriteMany (RWX) Persistent Volumes with NFS on DigitalOcean Kubernetes

    With the digitalocean-csi, DigitalOcean Block Storage, and the NFS protocol, you can make a ReadWriteMany (RWX) Persistent Volume for Kubernetes. In this tutorial, you will configure dynamic provisioning for NFS volum...
    By John Kwiatkoski Kubernetes Block Storage DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    How can I create good diagrams for my infrastructure architecture based on DigitalOcean products?

    I build interesting applications using best practices in infra architecture and would love to be able to write/blog about them. However, I lack the tools to be able to create good architecture diagrams for all the di...
    Accepted Answer: A great resource for creating architecture diagrams for infrastructure configurations based on DigitalOcean can be found here:
    1 By rsharma DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DigitalOcean Managed PostgreSQL Database DigitalOcean Managed MySQL Database DigitalOcean Spaces DigitalOcean Volumes
  • Question

    Load Balancer ports switching?

    I have a DO Load Balancer connecting to a kubernetes service with 3 ports: 80, 443, and port 70 (aka gopher). Here's the definition: ``` metadata: name: gopher-thingy annotations:
    Accepted Answer: This may be because of the default protocol you're selecting. Can you try using the following annotations instead: "tcp"
    1 By muffinista DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers
  • Question

    How to solve clusterissuer challenge timeouts?

    Setup: DO K8S Cluster w/ 2 nodes and 1 Ingress-NGINX LoadBalancer I was wondering why certificate requests fail and found in the logs of the Challenge, that the self check GET request runs into timeout. After looking ...
    Accepted Answer: Posted the same issue on SO, and already got an answer there: For me, this is an acceptable workaround for now. Hope this can hel...
    2 By thc Kubernetes Nginx Load Balancing Networking DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    How to support internal traffic with proxy protocol enabled on a Kubernetes loadbalancer

    Enabling proxy protocol on a Kubernetes ingress load balancer only works with requests that come from outside the cluster. Requests from inside the cluster break. This seems to be because requests from inside the clus...
    Accepted Answer: If anyone else has this issue, I eventually found it was caused by kube-proxy adding an iptables rule for the loadbalancer external IP, causing traffic to bypass the loadbalancer. There's a kubernetes issue (https://g...
    1 By braedon DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Kubernetes LB health check documentation questions

    I noticed that in the documentation the following statement is made By default, the load balancer performs health checks on the worker nod...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there, What youre seeing there is a nodeport that is where the LB checks the health on the node. If you use kubectl to describe the pertinent service you will see that this 30666 nodeport translates to a different ...
    1 By scottmiller DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Using floating IP for a one node kubernetes cluster and auto updates

    Hi, I really like the Digitalocean kubernetes implementation, so I am thinking to use it also for small projects, where one node is enough. For one node cluster, a floating IP would be enough. So I am asking you, if ...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there! In the current offering this is still a manual process. Floating IP's are not supported on DOKS clusters due to the dynamic nature of kubernetes nodes. You could look into ways to creative ways to automate t...
    1 By aronwolf90 Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Trouble monitoring nginx-ingress with prometheus

    Pardon my ignorance as I'm new to Kubernetes. I'm trying to monitor my nginx-ingress using prometheus. I initially installed the ingress using this tutorial (
    0 By owise1 DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Better Option for Angular / Node JS / PostgreSQL

    I created 2 option for hosting angular/nodejs/postgresql application. The app is a simple POS system that will probably be used by 2-3 persons. Here is the of the options I made. Check page 2 for the prod environment...
    0 By lueenavarro DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed PostgreSQL Database DigitalOcean Volumes
  • Question

    2 nodes, one down

    I created a KuberNetes cluster via de ControlPanel, with 2 nodes I also created a LoadBalancer. But whatever I do, de LoadBalancer says that 1 node is down. I tried changing TCP / HTTP etc etc, but nothing helps. What...
    2 By timmourik DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Your experience with DOKS Stability?

    I'm moving a pretty heavy inventory over to K8S - it's a mixed-bag portfolio for a SMB marketing agency... About 300 legacy WordPress, Laravel, Node, and Golang apps, all with some sort of DB backend (or several). I ...
    1 By ardkevin84 DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    ingres and load balancer configuration lost after automatic maintenance upgrade

    We just found that Kubernetes was automatically upgraded, all pods restarted successful, ingress configuration and load balancer configuration lost. to return to operation we should manually re-apply ingres configurat...
    0 By romanr DigitalOcean Managed Load Balancers DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes Kubernetes Load Balancing
  • Question

    How to open external FW for a DO Kubernetes cluster (IP ranges)?

    I do not currently run anything in DO, but considering starting a Kubernetes cluster. From the app running on the cluster I need to access an external service behind a firewall that needs to be opened up with specific...
    0 By erikstackenland DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    waiting for a volumene to be created

    Hi all During the deployment of via Helm, I've got the error message: <^>waiting for a volumene to be created, either by exte...
    2 By anujitmarty Kubernetes DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    Authentication on Level 4 Load Balancer - What options are there?

    Hi, I´ve stumbled across Digital Ocean and it´s managed Kubernetes Cluster and I´m pretty happy with it, except the lack of an API Gateway that provides authentication out of the box. In order to get my MVP up and run...
    0 By mklueh DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    DIgitalOcean Kubernetes service: NodePort

    Hi, DigitalOcean community! I need to expose service on each worker node. I have a running pod, which is listening on 443 port. Please, take a look at the service manifest: ``` kind: Service apiVersion: v1 metadata: ...
    2 By omykolaichenko DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    How do i get #Client Cert and #Client Key in kubernetes cluster.

    Hello, Digital ocean community in my Kubernetes cluster and in kube config I can't find #Client Cert and #Client Key. so how can get it?
    0 By bittu DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    How to use Digital Ocean Volumes as persistent storage for the pod to share the storage across multiple pods?

    I want to use Digital Ocean Volume to store the data which is shared across the pods on a same cluster. Multiple pods will be reading and writing from the same volume at a same time.
    1 By parthivgls DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes
  • Question

    When I am creating a container if I don't specify any cpu or memory resources is there a default setting that DO sets of those containers?

    When I am creating a container if I don't specify any cpu or memory resources is there a default setting that DO sets of those containers? Im fairly new to k8s so im not sure how to look this up with kubectl. Thank, ...
    1 By ChrisEdwards DigitalOcean Managed Kubernetes