Multi-Region Kubernetes Cluster Management
Steps to create Multi-Region Kubernetes Cluster –
- Create New Kubernetes Cluster enabling preemptive node features.
- Get static IP from Google Compute Engine.
- Kubernetes YAML is defining multiple Kubernetes objects involving autoscaling.
- Continuous Delivery Pipeline
- The configuration of GEO-Domain Name Server
- After activation, create two pools using static IP
- Create a monitor and finally the load balancer that distributes load based on visitor geolocation.
Supremacy of Multi-Region Kubernetes Cluster involve –
- Geographically Distributed Deployments
- Hybrid Cloud extending deployments from on-premises cluster to Cloud
- Higher Availability
- Application Migration
- Resilience from Single zone failure
- Zero downtime master upgrades
- Reduced downtime from master failures
- Sync Resources across clusters
- Cross-Cluster delivery
- Fault Isolation
Real-Time applications involve –
- Global Scheduling
- Automated Recovery from datacenter failures
- Avoids vendor Lock-In
- Federation can keep resources in multiple clusters in sync.
- Federation provides high availability by spreading the load across clusters and auto-configuration of load balancers, minimizing the impact of a cluster failure.
- Federation provides Hybrid Cloud capabilities of Kubernetes Clusters running in different Cloud providers.