Deploy an External Load Balancer with Oracle Cloud Native Environment

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

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Lab Overview

  • Minimum of a 6-node Oracle Cloud Native Environment cluster:

    • Operator node
    • 3 Kubernetes control plane node
    • 2 Kubernetes worker node
  • Each system should have Oracle Linux installed and configured with:

    • An Oracle user account (used during the installation) with sudo access
    • Key-based SSH, also known as password-less SSH, between the hosts
    • Installation of Oracle Cloud Native Environment

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
2340

Students
120


Authors
Oracle Linux
Linux OS and Virtualization Engineering



Topics
Cloud NativeOracle LinuxKubernetesLoad Balancer
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