QuantWAF on Section
Learn how to deploy a QuantWAF instance at the edge for low latency, high availability and to secure your web applications. QuantWAF has been packaged as a helm chart so make sure to configure
Before starting, create a new Section Project, you can then optionally delete the default Deployment.
- You will need a QuantWAF License, please contact QuantCDN directly to get a license key.
The QuantWAF helm chart provides a list of configuration options to aid in the deployment of the WAF instance. At minimum;
quant keys must be defined in your values.yaml file. Please view QuantWAF documentation for a full list of supported values.
license: <your quantwaf license key>
endpoint: <your quant endpoint>
key: <your quant key>
organization: <your quant organization>
project: <your quant project>
NextHop.selector is an object that matches selector values that have been applied to your applications deployment. The default section application deployment will use
app: console-project as the selector, however this will need to be updated to match selection criteria that you have defined for your application.
The configuration values for the
quant configuration object will be provided to you during onboarding.
Create a Section deployment for the QuantWAF instance with
helm and the
values.yaml file, ensuring that you have updated the values file accordingly. This will create all the required resources and configure the QuantWAF appropriately for your account.
helm install quant-waf quant-waf -f values.yaml
You can review the resources that will be created with
helm install --dry-run before you apply directly to your cluster
Expose it on the internet, mapping the container's port
- name: 80-80
See the pods running on Section's network with either the Kubernetes dashboard or
kubectl get pods -o wide. The
-o wide switch shows where your app is running according to the default AEE location optimization strategy. Your app will be optimally deployed according to traffic. In lieu of significant traffic, your deployment will be made to default locations.
See What You've Built
See the QuantWAF instance you've deployed by visiting the
quantwaf.example.com according to your DNS and HTTPS configuration.