When installing a private OpenShift cluster, the assumption is that nothing is exposed to the internet. By
private, it means that the OpenShift cluster can only be accessed from an internal
network and that cluster is not visible and reachable from the internet. When creating a
service of type
LoadBalancer for a private OpenShift cluster provisioned on
AWS, it creates a
public LoadBalancer and is assigned a public
IP address, exposing a private cluster to the internet and causing unwanted security breaches.
- Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform (RHCOP)
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Mircosoft Azure
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