Kubernetes ACI CNI Plug-in: Application Isolation Options - Cisco Exam 300-635-DCAUTO

Application Isolation Options with Kubernetes ACI CNI Plug-in


Which two items are types of application isolation options available when Kubernetes is deployed with the ACI CNI plug-in? (Choose two.)



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When Kubernetes is deployed with the ACI (Application Centric Infrastructure) CNI (Container Networking Interface) plug-in, there are several types of application isolation options available. Two of these options are Namespace Isolation and Cluster Isolation.

Namespace Isolation allows you to create virtual clusters within a single physical cluster. Each virtual cluster (namespace) has its own network space and resource quota, which provides logical separation of resources within the same physical cluster. Namespace isolation allows different teams or projects to share the same cluster while having their own isolated environment.

Cluster Isolation refers to the ability to isolate different Kubernetes clusters from each other. This can be achieved using network policies, which restrict traffic between different clusters. Cluster isolation is useful when you have multiple Kubernetes clusters that need to communicate with each other, but you want to limit the scope of communication and prevent unauthorized access.

The other options listed in the question, VM Isolation, Server Isolation, and Process Isolation, are not directly related to Kubernetes with the ACI CNI plug-in. VM isolation refers to isolating virtual machines on a physical server, server isolation refers to isolating different servers from each other, and process isolation refers to isolating individual processes on a single server. These options are not related to Kubernetes or the ACI CNI plug-in.