kube-ovn - An OVN-based Kubernetes Network Fabric for Enterprises

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Kube-OVN integrates the OVN-based Network Virtualization with Kubernetes. It offers an advanced Container Network Fabric for Enterprises. The Switch, Router, Firewall showed in the diagram below are all distributed on all Nodes. There is no single point of failure for in cluster network.

https://github.com/alauda/kube-ovn

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