[keɪ ɛn ɛm steɪt] Declarative node network configuration driven through Kubernetes API.
How it works
We use nmstate to perform state driven network configuration on cluster nodes and to report back their current state. Both the configuration and reporting is controlled via Kubernetes objects.
apiVersion: nmstate.io/v1 kind: NodeNetworkConfigurationPolicy metadata: name: br1-eth0 spec: desiredState: interfaces: - name: br1 type: linux-bridge state: up ipv4: dhcp: true enabled: true bridge: port: - name: eth0
The only external dependency is NetworkManager running on nodes. See more details in Compatibility documentation.
Some examples can be used as reference on how to configure various configuration options
With hybrid clouds, node-networking setup is becoming even more challenging. Different payloads have different networking requirements, and not everything can be satisfied as overlays on top of the main interface of the node (e.g. SR-IOV, L2, other L2). The Container Network Interface (CNI) standard enables different solutions for connecting networks on the node with pods. Some of them are part of the standard, and there are others that extend support for Open vSwitch bridges, SR-IOV, and more…
However, in all of these cases, the node must have the networks setup before the pod is scheduled. Setting up the networks in a dynamic and heterogenous cluster, with dynamic networking requirements, is a challenge by itself - and this is what this project is addressing.
Development and Contributing
Contributions are welcome! Find details about the project’s design and development workflow in the developer guide.