Pros and cons of using Traefik as ingress on Kubernetes as Deployment?

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Pros and cons of using Traefik as ingress on Kubernetes as Deployment?
Jan 6 in Kubernetes by Kiara

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You can use Traefik either as a deployment or as a DaemonSet. Both has its own pros and cons. Lets have a look at the pros and cons of using it as a Deployment.

  • Scalability is much better with deployment
  • Deployment pods are only scheduled on new nodes, they are not automatically scaled
  • It's pretty complicated to configure things using deployment such that no two pods run on the same node
answered Jan 8 by Haider

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