Visualize network policies in Kubernetes using Cilium Editor

You might have a couple of microservices running on Kubernetes. Considering a simple architecture you might have a web server ( The frontend ) and a database server ( The backend ) and a couple of other microservices too ( Ex: A messaging queue like Kafka, RabbitMQ, etc ). You might want that the database server should only be accessible by Kafka, RabbitMQ Pods. The messaging broker pods ( i.e. Kafka ) should receive traffic only from the web-server pods. How is all of this achieved? How can we control the Ingress…

Pavan Kumar

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