Kubernetes Ingress Controller
Follow one of the guides to learn more about how to use the Kubernetes Ingress Controller:
- Getting started with the Kubernetes Ingress Controller
- Getting started using Istio with the Kubernetes Ingress Controller and Istio
- Using KongPlugin resource This guide walks through setting up plugins in Kong using a declarative approach.
- Using KongIngress resource This guide explains how the KongIngress resource can be used to change Kong specific settings like load-balancing, health-checking and proxy behaviour.
- Using KongConsumer resources This guide walks through how Kubernetes native declarative configuration can be used to dynamically provision credentials for authentication purposes in the Ingress layer.
- Using JWT and ACL KongPlugin resources This guides walks you through configuring the JWT plugin and ACL plugin for authentication purposes at the Ingress layer
- Using cert-manager with Kong This guide walks through how to use cert-manager along with Kong Ingress Controller to automate TLS certificate provisioning and using them to encrypt your API traffic.
- Configuring a fallback service This guide walks through how to setup a fallback service using Ingress resource. The fallback service will receive all requests that don’t match against any of the defined Ingress rules.
- Using external service This guide shows how to expose services running outside Kubernetes via Kong, using External Name Services in Kubernetes.
- Configuring HTTPS redirects for your services This guide walks through how to configure the Kubernetes Ingress Controller to redirect HTTP request to HTTPS so that all communication from the external world to your APIs and microservices is encrypted.
- Using Redis for rate-limiting This guide walks through how to use Redis for storing rate-limit information in a multi-node Kong deployment.
- Integrate the Kubernetes Ingress Controller with Prometheus/Grafana This guide walks through the steps of how to deploy the Kubernetes Ingress Controller and Prometheus to obtain metrics for the traffic flowing into your Kubernetes cluster.
- Configuring circuit-breaker and health-checking This guide walks through the usage of Circuit-breaking and health-checking features of the Kubernetes Ingress Controller.
- Setting up custom plugin This guide walks through installation of a custom plugin into Kong using ConfigMaps and Volumes.
- Using ingress with gRPC This guide walks through how to use the Kubernetes Ingress Controller with gRPC.
- Setting up upstream mTLS This guide gives an overview of how to setup mutual TLS authentication between Kong and your upstream server.
- Preserving Client IP address This guide gives an overview of different methods to preserve the Client IP address.
- Using KongClusterPlugin resource This guide walks through setting up plugins that can be shared across Kubernetes namespaces.
- Using Kong with Knative This guide gives an overview of how to setup Kong as the Ingress point for Knative workloads.
- Exposing TCP-based service This guide gives an overview of how to use TCPIngress resource to expose non-HTTP based services outside a Kubernetes cluster.
- Using mtls-auth plugin
This guide gives an overview of how to use
mtls-authplugin and CA certificates to authenticate requests using client certificates.
- Configuring custom entities in Kong This guide gives an overview of how to configure custom entities for deployments of the Kubernetes Ingress Controller running without a database.
- Using OpenID-connect plugin This guide walks through steps necessary to set up OIDC authentication.
- Allow Multiple Authentication Plugins This guide walks through the steps for configuring multiple authentication options for consumers.