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    Edge Computing for National Security & Defense

    While the federal government and U.S. military are innovative in many ways, they don’t like to live on the edge when it comes to information technology. Stable, reliable, and secure are the name of the game. But in order to support the most advanced technology, such as next-gen warfare and highly complex supply chains, agencies need the power of edge computing with more choices that go beyond proprietary vertical stacks and standard Amazon Web Services (AWS). Edge computing eliminates the dependencies of on-premise infrastructure and decouples devices in any form from the data center, providing powerful, always available computing wherever the user is—from our communities to our borders to the battlefield.

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    How to Manage Enterprise-wide Containerization

    How to Manage Enterprise-wide Containerization

    Containerization provides a consistent way to package application components and their dependencies into a single object that can run in any environment. Containers provide the flexibility needed for scaling applications and building workflows in hybrid on-premise and cloud environments.

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    Leveraging RKE2 with TLS Passthrough

    Leveraging RKE2 with TLS Passthrough

    What did I do?

    As a new engineer at Rancher Federal (Suse Rancher Government Solutions) I wanted to setup Keycloak with TLS Passthrough on my shinny new RKE2 cluster. For the uninitiated TLS Passthrough is a way for the ingress or proxy to all TLS to passthrough. Meaning the pod itself will terminate TLS and not the ingress/proxy. RKE2 is fantastic that it ships with Nginx Ingress. There are a few other options out there on the market for ingress. Another favorite is Traeifk. But for this cluster I wanted to use the built in pieces. Nginx it is!

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