The Most Advanced Kubernetes Network Fabric for EnterprisesGet Started on Github
Kube-OVN integrates the OVN-based Network Virtualization with Kubernetes. It offers an advanced Container Network Fabric that is feature rich and enterprise friendly.See More on GitHub
Static IP Addresses
Pod NAT and EIP
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# Dual-stack Subnet with centralized gateway apiVersion: kubeovn.io/v1 kind: Subnet metadata: name: dualstack spec: cidrBlock: 10.16.0.0/16,fd00:10:16::/64 default: false excludeIps: - 10.16.0.1 - fd00:10:16::1 gateway: 10.16.0.1,fd00:10:16::1 gatewayNode: "gw1,gw2" gatewayType: centralized natOutgoing: true protocol: Dual
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KubeVirt + Kube-OVN: Networking for Cloud Native Virtualization
Since OVN and OVS have been widely used in traditional virtualization scenarios, Kube-OVN has attracted a lot of attention from the KubeVirt community since it was open sourced. Some early adopters of KubeVirt have further improved the networking capabilities of Kube-OVN for their use cases. This article will introduce a large number of new and optimized Kube-OVN features specifically targeted towards solving some of the networking challenges faced by KubeVirt.，and described several interesting use cases and special considerations when designing the network fabric for cloud native virtualization.
With contributions from the community, the Kube-OVN team is excited to announce the release of Kube-OVN 1.8.
With contributions from China Telecom, Inspur, Intel, and ByteDance The Kube-OVN team is excited to announce the release of Kube-OVN 1.7.