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Project Calico's libnetwork driver

Calico provides a scalable networking solution for connecting containers, VMs, or bare metal. Calico provides connectivity using the scalable IP networking principle as a layer 3 approach. Calico can be deployed without overlays or encapsulation. The Calico service should be deployed as a container on each node and provides each container with its own IP address. It also handles all the necessary IP routing, security policy rules, and distribution of routes across a cluster of nodes.

The Calico architecture contains four important components in order to provide a better networking solution:

  • Felix, the Calico worker process, is the heart of Calico networking, which primarily routes and provides desired connectivity ...

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