© Rahul Sharma, Avinash Singh 2020
R. Sharma, A. SinghGetting Started with Istio Service Meshhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5458-5_5

5. Istio Gateway

Rahul Sharma1  and Avinash Singh2
(1)
Delhi, India
(2)
Gurgaon, Haryana, India
 

In the previous chapter, we discussed Istio request routing. We showed how to configure a virtual service and deployment rules to interact with different versions of our application. Up to now, all our services have been deployed in the Kubernetes cluster. But in real-world scenarios, we need to interact with components outside the Kubernetes cluster. There are many applicable use cases. For example, applications running inside the cluster may interact with a database deployed outside the cluster. Similarly, there can be ...

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