NGINX Ingress Controller
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This repository contains the NGINX controller built around the Kubernetes Ingress resource that uses ConfigMap to store the NGINX configuration. Make Ingress-Nginx Work for you, and the Community from KubeCon Europe 2018 is a great video to get you started!!
Learn more about using Ingress on k8s.io
What is an Ingress Controller?
Configuring a webserver or loadbalancer is harder than it should be. Most webserver configuration files are very similar. There are some applications that have weird little quirks that tend to throw a wrench in things, but for the most part you can apply the same logic to them and achieve a desired result.
The Ingress resource embodies this idea, and an Ingress controller is meant to handle all the quirks associated with a specific "class" of Ingress.
An Ingress Controller is a daemon, deployed as a Kubernetes Pod, that watches the apiserver's
/ingresses endpoint for updates to the Ingress resource. Its job is to satisfy requests for Ingresses.
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Detailed changes for each release are documented in the Changelog.md
Please make sure to read the Contributing Guide before making a pull request.
Thank you to all the people who already contributed to NGINX Ingress Controller!
Code of Conduct
This project adheres to the Kubernetes Community Code of Conduct. By participating in this project you agree to abide by its terms.