In this post, Teddy Ferdinand talks about Traefik 2.3, and its features. He dives into Traefik Pilot, our new SaaS control platform, and the middleware plugin management.
In this post, I will share a migration strategy that helped me move to Traefik 2 with very little downtime, one service at a time, with an easy way to rollback.
There are several middlewares available in Traefik. During this webinar, we go through Traefik's middlewares, and shows how to reduce software development costs, in a live demo of the middlewares in action.
Traefik and MSHOWTO Webinar Series, Part II, demonstrates how to use Traefik running on a Kubernetes cluster to improve release cycles using canary deployments, and offers a live demo of deploying Traefik on K3s.
Traefik 2.1 adds couple of long awaited features, but also brings simplicity in certain areas. Simplicity has always been a key feature of Traefik since the beginning and is utterly important for us, but also for you, our users.
You have an HTTP service exposed through Traefik, and you want Traefik to deal with the HTTPS burden (TLS termination)...