The Story of Kubernetes Networking
Do you know Kubernetes does not provide networking, but rather relies on third party plugins for networking the pods ? When Kubernetes is so sophisticated, is not capable of networking pods by itself ? Why is it done this way ? How Kubernetes networking evolved ? How does the networking really work with Kubernetes ? Why it picked up CNI vs CNM as networking standard. And yeah, how I ended up contributing to the Kubernetes eco system and one of its CNI plugins rather unknowingly ? Tune in to this episode of Being Devops to get the whole story of Kubernetes Networking.
What will you learn in this episode ?
- When Kubernetes is so sophisticated, why does it not do the networking by itself ?
- Why Kubernetes chose CoreOS' CNI standard instead of Docker's CNM for networking pods
- What is the difference between CNI standard vs CNI Plugin
- Which CNI plugin to choose ?