In my previous article, I hinted at explaining how Ansible can be used to expose applications running inside a high availability K8s cluster to the outside world. This post will show how this can be achieved using a K8s ingress controller and load balancer. 

This example uses the same setup as last time around: virtual machines running under the default Windows Hypervisor (Hyper-V).  To make room for the addition of a proxy each VM had to give up some RAM. With the exception of the initial master and the Ansible runner, each of the remaining nodes received an allocation of 2000MB.

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