Kubernetes NodePort

A Kubernetes NodePort is a networking configuration that allows you to expose a containerized application running in a Kubernetes cluster to the external network. It assigns a static port on each node in the cluster, and incoming traffic to that port is forwarded to the service within the cluster.

How to publish multiple replicas of an Application (from the Docker Registry) and create a NodePort in Kubernetes using Terraform (in 10 seconds)
The 7 layers of the OSI model The OSI model is a conceptual framework that is used to describe how a network functions. It identifies seven fundamental networking layers, from the physical hardware up to high-level software applications. Each layer in the model handles a specific networking function. The standard helps administrators to visualize networks, […]
Kubernetes tutorial explaining how to use a NodePort to publish applications in a Kubernetes cluster running in VirtualBox with Vagrant and Ansible
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