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Hi Stefan - 

I'll try to answer your questions in order.  If you want to know more, let me know.

  • IKO does not currently configure any kubernetes ingress, but there is a service that is configured which you could choose to configure for external access (a load balancer, for example).  You can set this via spec.serviceTemplate.spec section of your iriscluster yaml.  That's a spec which gives details about the service that we create.  I like to use ClusterIP for the service type and then create an ingress to give me good control over what is exposed to the internet.  A bit more info can be found here:  https://kubernetes.io/docs/concepts/services-networking/service/#publish...
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  • Regarding routing to individual hosts... From within the cluster (say another pod in the namespace) each other pod is accessible via it's hostname (for example, myCluster-data-0-1) and you can use the kubectl port forwarding feature to allow you administrative access as you may need.  For non-administrative workflows, I suggest creating kubernetes services that point to the subset(s) of pods you want to use for each type of production traffic you want to manage.
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  • We are currently working on adding native support for IAM and SAM in IKO, which greatly simplifies installing these products in Kubernetes.  In the meantime, most use cases would want to run IAM inside the cluster by creating a series of kubernetes deployments, services, and ingress to deploy IAM.  I might be able to gin up an example if you're going this way.  

There is no pre-build IMAP adapter in Cache that I know of.  Maybe use the Java Gateway?

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