Kubernetes - Network Policies

What are Network Policies? Network Policies in Kubernetes are a feature that allows you to specify how a group of pods can communicate with each other at Layers 3 (IP) and 4 (TCP/UDP). Note: Network policies are implemented by Network Plugins such as Weave, Calico, Cilium, etc, which are…

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How to View the Network Namespaces in Kubernetes

Introduction Namespaces are one of the main aspects used by containers (see image below[1]). They provide a form of isolation, allowing containers to remain portable and separate from the host system. Though various types of namespaces are provided by the Linux Kernel, for the context of this article our…

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