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Federico Yusteenappar
Workload Automation Junior Software Developer, HCL Technologies
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Federico joined HCL in September 2019 as Junior Software Developer working as a Cloud Developer for the IBM Workload Automation product suite. His main focus has been the extension of the Workload Automation product from a Kubernetes native environment to the OpenShift Container Platform. He has a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering.
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Automation Innovations | April 23, 2021
Boost your Workload Automation console in a GKE cluster with Google Cloud SQL and session affinity enabled for the load balancer
​In this blog, we are going to walk you through enabling session affinity for the Dynamic Workload Console (console) deployed in a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cluster that uses an HTTP(S) load balancer network service that leverages an instance of Google Cloud SQL for SQL Server managed database. In a GKE cluster environment, a backend service defines how the HTTP(S) cloud load balancing network service distributes incoming traffic. By default, the method for distributing new connections uses a hash calculated based on five pieces of information: The client's IP address.The source port.The load balancer's internal forwarding rule IP address.The destination port.The protocol. ​You can modify the traffic distribution method for HTTP(S) traffic by specifying a session affinity option.
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