haproxy-ingress - HAProxy Ingress controller

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Ingress controller implementation for HAProxy loadbalancer. HAProxy Ingress images are built by Travis CI and the image is deployed from Travis CI to Quay.io whenever a tag is applied. The latest tag will always point to the latest stable version while canary tag will always point to the latest beta-quality and release-candidate versions.

https://github.com/jcmoraisjr/haproxy-ingress

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