Kubernetes currently only supports one network interface per pod with the entire cluster on one flat network plane. Michael Xie demonstrates how to implement Kubernetes across multiple networks and enable network isolation for network functions virtualization (NFV) customers. You’ll learn how physical network abstraction can enable the ability for pods to select a physical network and see how to work with a logical network for users in order to define network namespace and isolation. In addition, Michael covers how to implement multiple plugin support at runtime so that a Kubernetes cluster can be deployed without binding to any specific network plugin and pods can choose a network plugin in their own spec.
This session is sponsored by Huawei.
Michael Xie is a principal architect at Huawei Cloud, where he works on cloud monitoring, large-scale cluster performance and scalability enhancement, container networking, and cluster multitenancy, among other things. He also leads open source efforts for Huawei Cloud. Previously, he was a principal software engineer for ads at AOL and senior software engineer at Microsoft working on Windows storage server, Windows Azure monitoring, and Bing ads.
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