Please check the MicroK8s documentation page for details. First, make sure that Kubernetes is enabled in the Docker settings. The command kubectl get nodes should show a single node called docker-desktop. The ingress controller can be installed on Docker Desktop using the default quick start instructions. If that doesn't work, you might have to fall back to the kubectl port-forward method described in the local testing section.
If the load balancers of your cloud provider do active healthchecks on their backends most do , you can change the externalTrafficPolicy of the ingress controller Service to Local instead of the default Cluster to save an extra hop in some cases. If you're installing with Helm, this can be done by adding --set controller. Furthermore, if the load balancers of your cloud provider support the PROXY protocol, you can enable it, and it will let the ingress controller see the real IP address of the clients.
Otherwise, it will generally see the IP address of the upstream load balancer. This must be done both in the ingress controller with e. In the following sections, we provide YAML manifests that enable these options when possible, using the specific options of various cloud providers.
By default, TLS is terminated in the ingress controller. Deploy the manifest: kubectl apply -f deploy. Idle timeout value for TCP flows is seconds and cannot be modified. More information with regards to timeouts can be found in the official AWS documentation.
First, your user needs to have cluster-admin permissions on the cluster. This can be done with the following command:. See the GKE documentation on adding rules and the Kubernetes issue for more detail. More information with regards to Azure annotations for ingress controller can be found in the official AKS documentation. The full list of annotations supported by Exoscale is available in the Exoscale Cloud Controller Manager documentation. This section is applicable to Kubernetes clusters deployed on bare metal servers, as well as "raw" VMs where Kubernetes was installed manually, using generic Linux distros like CentOS, Ubuntu For quick testing, you can use a NodePort.
This should work on almost every cluster, but it will typically use a port in the range For more information about bare metal deployments and how to use port 80 instead of a random port in the range , see bare-metal considerations. By default, the controller watches Ingress objects from all namespaces. If you want to change this behavior, use the flag --watch-namespace or check the Helm chart value controller. The controller uses an admission webhook to validate Ingress definitions.
Make sure that you don't have Network policies or additional firewalls preventing connections from the API server to the ingress-nginx-controller-admission service. The first time the ingress controller starts, two Jobs create the SSL Certificate used by the admission webhook.
This can cause an initial delay of up to two minutes until it is possible to create and validate Ingress definitions. Ingress resources evolved over time. Learn more about Ingress on the main Kubernetes documentation site. See the Getting Started document. If you encounter issues, review the troubleshooting docs , file an issue , or talk to us on the ingress-nginx channel on the Kubernetes Slack server.
See the list of releases to find out about feature changes. For detailed changes for each release; please check the Changelog. See this article if you want upgrade to the stable Ingress API. This project adheres to the Kubernetes Community Code of Conduct.
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If you want to make your own thoughts known write a blog. PPS: We count on you to disproof Lem's law. The color of the arrowhead corresponds with the player's faction. A player can "hack" a nearby portal to acquire items, some of which can also be used to replenish XM. Players are rewarded with Action Points AP for actions within the game. Accumulating AP beyond certain thresholds grants higher access levels. The game usually rewards more AP for taking over enemy portals than for maintaining your own team's; if a player is outnumbered by members of the other faction, they will tend to accumulate AP at a faster rate as a way of leveling the playing field.
In addition to earning AP, certain actions within the game can earn a player a medal. Medals are typically multi-tiered ranked Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Onyx respectively and become a requirement for level advancement beyond Level 8. Some medals are time limited requiring particular achievements in a set time frame.
Some badges are exclusive and can only be obtained by attending special events. In September , Niantic introduced missions to the game. A mission is a user-created set of places to visit waypoints and interact with in specified ways. Some missions list all the waypoints from the start, while others only reveal them one at a time as the user progresses from one to the next.
Completing missions rewards the player with a mission medal displayed on their agent profile. In the game, Earth has a large number of "portals", made visible by the scanner. They are colored green, blue, or grey, depending respectively on whether they are currently controlled by the Enlightened, by the Resistance, or are unclaimed. Players claim portals for their faction by "deploying" at least one "resonator" on them.
They can also add "mods" modifications to protect the portals or increase their power in various ways. If a portal is claimed by the enemy, the player must first neutralize it by destroying the opponents' resonators with weapons called XMP "Exotic Matter Pulse" Bursters. Players acquire game items resonators, XMP bursters, etc. Players can also earn additional items and AP for "glyph hacking" a portal, where they are briefly shown several patterns and retrace them within a time limit.
Portals are typically associated with buildings and landmarks of historic or architectural significance — such as sculptures , murals , and other public art , libraries , post offices , memorials , places of worship , public transit hubs , parks , and other recreational or tourist spaces, or with business locations.
Operation Portal Recon is a service where high-level Ingress players can evaluate Portal candidates for the Portal Network. Two portals that have all eight resonators deployed and are controlled by the same faction can be linked by a player from that faction who stands within range of one and has a portal key for the other. The maximum possible length of a link depends on the average level of the portal and any mods that amplify the portal's link range.
However, links cannot cross an existing link regardless of faction. Once the portal has less than three resonators, all links and fields on the portal are destroyed. Links between portals can range from several meters to thousands of kilometers, created in operations of considerable logistical complexity. When three portals are linked in a triangle, they create a control field, claiming the Mind Units MU within that field for their faction.
Control Fields are measured by the size of the human population that lives under the field. The opposing faction can destroy a control field by destroying one or more of the links that form it. The largest control field formed had points between Germany, Greece, and Ukraine, and took four months of planning involving players.
Ingress was released in closed beta on November 15, ,     with an accompanying online viral marketing campaign. The latter was noticed as early as November 8, and earlier publicity efforts had been noted at events such as San Diego 's Comic-Con on July 12, An interview in described Ingress as a "proof of concept" for other AR games built on Google Maps' data.
Niantic views Ingress Prime as an opportunity to innovate in augmented reality gameplay design, which can be applied to its other games based on licensed intellectual properties. Niantic has also adjusted the initiation of new players into Ingress Prime to be more thorough, based on the response to the initiation procedures of Pokemon Go.
The new version features a subtly different back story akin to a superhero origin theme and a more florid graphic design. The intention of the older Ingress app was to help aid the transition to Prime as feature parity was reached between both apps in Ingress initially was supported by advertising. Companies would be able to pay for their locations to be used as portals in the game, thus making their stores a pilgrimage site for Ingress players,   which may translate into real-world sales.
Another form of advertising includes sponsorship of in-game equipment. Players can virtually acquire various tools and weapons to use in the game. Physical items of Ingress-related materials initially were available through Google's Merchandise Store as early as February , before Niantic split from Google in The anime series premiered on Netflix worldwide on April 30, In , Niantic introduced a subscription option, called C. In addition to the ongoing competition between the factions, there are several kinds of special events held on specific dates.
XM Anomalies are events where players from both factions compete in portal-based games in order to win points for their faction. A "series" for the XM Anomalies usually spans two different weekends. Anomaly locations may be chosen based on the player activity in a region. Players organize within their faction into squads based on player level, local knowledge, and mode of transport for example, walking or biking.
Anomaly sites are divided into two categories: Primary and Satellite locations. More points are awarded to the prevailing faction at Primary sites than at Satellite sites. Players who participate in an anomaly are awarded a unique badge with the emblem of that anomaly.
The outcome of XM Anomalies often influences future events in the plot. Ingress has been the subject of academic study on the relationship between regionalism and globalism,  and its badge system has been used as an example in a case study of gamification. Ingress has been read as a gift economy in which players swap datafication of their physical location for gameplay.
Ingress is considered to be a location-based exergame. Legal expert Brian Wassom regards this as an important factor in AR games reducing the legal risk they bear when directing players to go to a location. Kai-Uwe Werbeck argues that the role-playing of the Ingress storyline challenges and reinforces postmodernism.
There are times when the game's backstory is ignored and agents from both factions cooperate for the sake of real-life gameplay and game balance : for example, by establishing neutral zones and rules of engagement; for training new players; for socializing; and occasionally for serious real-life purposes such as honoring fallen heroes. The game has received local media coverage,   including for players organizing events such as creating links between portals at war memorials for Memorial Day.
At the time of Ingress's launch in , users noted and criticized Ingress for appearing very similar to Shadow Cities , an older, now-defunct, augmented reality game. Though the games have similar game mechanics and look-and-feel, there are clear differences.
In Shadow Cities , players are in the virtual world, which is dynamically mapped around them, and can teleport within the virtual world, whereas in Ingress , the portals are real-world locations that players generally have to actually move to in order to play. Portals which had been approved within the Nazi concentration camps of Dachau and Sachsenhausen were removed in July ; Gabriele Hammermann, director of the memorial site at Dachau, told the Deutsche Presse-Agentur that Google's original approval of these portals was a humiliation for victims of the Nazi camps and their relatives, and Niantic founder John Hanke stated that "we apologize that this has happened.
Some players have attracted the attention of law enforcement while playing the game, and hence commentary on the interaction of augmented reality games with real life. In addition, some players play while driving slowly around an area, which is not recommended by the game developers and attracts the attention of law enforcement. In , a year-old player in Brazil died after being hit by a bus while playing. In September , Niantic informed their player base that XM anomaly events would be a paid event going forward.
This was done as a surprise with the next anomaly approaching four weeks. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Location-based augmented reality mobile game. December 14, WW : November 5, . November 4, Retrieved September 14, July 14, Retrieved July 14, November 5, Retrieved November 7, TNW News. The Next Web. Retrieved August 13, Google is inviting iPhone and iPad owners into its augmented reality game Ingress after it finally launched an iOS app.
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