Creating a Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Environment

CENGN is pleased to present a new demo by William Vail, one of CENGN’s many talented Cloud Infrastructure Engineers. Will first presented his Kubernetes Multi-Cluster Environment demo at this year’s Open Networking Summit in Los Angeles, and then at various meetups in Ottawa, including the Open Source Networking Meetup in March.

In his demonstration he shows us how to connect two independent clusters to form a Kubernetes multi-cluster. Will walks us through how the Cisco router he used acts as a route reflector to enable communication between independent clusters. He also highlights how each component he uses contributes to the functional and scalable environment created. Watch the video below for an overview of building a multi-cluster Kubernetes environment and to see Will put it all together in his demonstration!

Here at CENGN we love seeing the many ways that our brilliant engineers can showcase their accomplishments. From technical presentations at our local meetups to demos diving deep into the networking realm, it is always exciting to see the great work being done at CENGN and within the ICT community. If you’re interested in having the opportunity to make a difference in the networking industry and joining a team where your talents and contributions are heavily valued, visit our careers page below.

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