Load Balancing on an LKE Kubernetes Cluster
The Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE) is Linode’s managed Kubernetes service. In this video, we’ll show you how to use Linode’s load balancing service, Linode NodeBalancers, with your LKE cluster to reliably expose resources to the public internet.
0:00 – Intro & Prerequisites
1:26 – Creating an LKE Cluster
3:00 – Creating an Example Deployment
4:51 – Creating a Load Balancer Service
6:33 – NodeBalancer Options
8:05 – Preserving a NodeBalancer
11:05 – Configuring SSL
14:11 – Adding Session Affinity
15:38 – Cleaning up Resources
16:40 – Outro
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