Deploy an External Load Balancer with Oracle Cloud Native Environment

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Description

Learn how to deploy a Highly Available Oracle Cloud Native Environment using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancer.

Warning: This lab deploys a fully installed Oracle Cloud Native Environment across the provided nodes. This deployment takes approximately 25-30 minutes to finish after launch. Therefore, you might want to step away while this runs and then return to complete the lab

Lab Overview

Provides a seven-node Oracle Linux environment and Load Balancer:

  • Operator node (ocne-operator)
  • 3 Control plane nodes (ocne-control01, ocne-control02 & ocne-control03)
  • 2 Worker nodes (ocne-worker01 & ocne-worker02)
  • SysOps node (sysop01) for standalone kubectl
  • OCI Load Balancer

Each Oracle Linux instance provisioned with the following:

  • An oracle user account with sudo privileges
  • An SSH keypair for the non-root user
  • Ability to ssh from one host to the others using passwordless ssh login
  • Oracle Cloud Native Environment installed and configured on the OCNE nodes

Note: When using the free lab environment, see Oracle Linux Lab Basics for connection and other usage instructions.

Intended Audience

Developer, IT Administrator, DevOps Engineer

Level

Intermediate

Services

Oracle Linux

Technologies

Oracle Linux

Changelog

July 29 2022, Initial version

Difficulty
Intermediate
Time Limit
2 hours


Views
393

Students
48


Authors
Oracle Linux
Linux OS and Virtualization Engineering



Topics
Cloud NativeOracle LinuxKubernetesLoad Balancer
2022-10-04T13:36:26.700Z