An Implementation of Red Hat OpenShift Network Isolation Using Multiple Ingress Controllers

A draft IBM Redpaper publication

Updated 18 May 2021

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IBM Form #: REDP-5641-00

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Authors: Dino Quintero, Loïc Fura, Joyce Mak, Veera Solasa

Abstract

Red Hat OpenShift is a great platform to develop, test and run applications. It natively handles multitenancy within the Red Hat OpenShift Cluster through users and namespaces which allows to run different production applications and workloads on the same Red Hat OpenShift Cluster.

This IBM Redpaper describes network Isolation on a Multitenant Red Hat OpenShift cluster.

Table of contents

Introduction.
Problem statement.
Solution.
Cluster's network configuration.
Ingress controller.
Load balancer configuration.
Red Hat OpenShift network policy.
Application deployment.

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