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How to make your Kubernetes pods and -services accessible to external networks
kubernetes LBaaS container R2

How to make your Kubernetes pods and -services accessible to external networks

In this tutorial, we will show you how to setup Kubernetes’ external load balancer feature using OpenStack LBaaS v2. If you expose a service type: “LoadBalancer” in Kubernetes, a load balancer will be created automatically. This way pods and services are accessible to external networks. Introduction A Kubernetes cluster, consisting of masters and minions, is connected to a private network, which is connected via a router to the internet. This way all the nodes can access each other and the internet.
How to migrate a volume from one OpenStack provider to another
volume snapshot migrate CLI R2

How to migrate a volume from one OpenStack provider to another

In this tutorial you learn how you can migrate small (bootable) volumes from one provider to another, using images. You can not download or upload volumes from one provider to another that’s why we are going to convert the volume into an image. After converting it into an image, we can download the image and upload it to your new provider. This tutorial was tested on Fuga Cloud Release 1 and Release 2 using the OpenStack CLI tools client version 3.
How to migrate an instance from one OpenStack provider to another
instance snapshots migrate CLI R2

How to migrate an instance from one OpenStack provider to another

In this tutorial, we will show you how you can migrate an instance with ephemeral storage from one OpenStack provider to another OpenStack provider using snapshots. There are several ways of migrating instances and probably even some forms of doing this without any downtime, but this tutorial describes one of the most basic and easiest ways of doing it, using the OpenStack CLI tools. This tutorial was tested on Fuga Cloud Release 1 and Release 2 using the OpenStack CLI tools client version 3.
How to add an SSH Key Pair that can be used with the CLI
instance ssh Key Pair CLI R2

How to add an SSH Key Pair that can be used with the CLI

This tutorial only applies to our Fuga Cloud release 2 that is currently running in public beta Introduction In this tutorial, we show you how to add an SSH key pair using the OpenStack CLI tools. Because of design decisions, you can’t share keys with users in OpenStack. This raises the problem that keys created in the dashboard cannot be used with the OpenStack API credentials as used for the command line interface.

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