Pros and cons of using traefik as ingress on kubernetes as DaemonSet

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I'm planning on using Traefik as an ingress controller on my Kube cluster. After a little research, I found out that it could be used as a deployment or an DaemonSet. I'm planning to use it as a DaemonSet and would like to know its pros and cons.

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Jan 6 in Kubernetes by Neel
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Here are pros and cons of using DaemonSet:

  • Less scalability
  • Automatically deploys pods to new nodes that joined the cluster
  • DaemonSets can be run with the NET_BIND_SERVICE capability, which will allow it to bind to port 80/443/etc on each host.
answered Jan 6 by Layla

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