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It may not be a well-known fact, but a Kubernetes API server can proxy HTTP connections between a client and any service running on a cluster. A simple kubectl command exists that allows it: $ kubectl proxy Starting to serve on 127.0.0.1:8001 We use this for demo purposes or when we don’t want to expose APIs publicly, but need to access them from our computers. Moreover, this proxy can transport WebSocket connections.
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At Banzai Cloud we are passionate about observability, and we expend a great amount of effort to make sure we always know what’s happening inside our Kubernetes clusters. All clusters provisioned with Pipeline - our multi- and hybrid-cloud container management platform - are provided with, and rely upon, each of the three pillars of observability: federated monitoring, centralized log collection and traces. In order to automate log collection on Kubernetes, we opensourced a logging-operator built on the Fluent ecosystem.
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