Getting Started with Kubernetes | Kubernetes Network and Policy Control

1) Basic Network Model of Kubernetes

Three Requirements

Four Goals

Basic Constraint

2) Network Namespace

Definition

Relationships Between Pods and Network Namespaces

3) Overview of Mainstream Network Solutions

Typical Implementation Solutions for Container Networks

Flannel Solution

4) Use of the Network Policy

The Concept Behind Network Policy

Configuration Example

Summary

5) Thinking

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