Iconfigured camunda Kubernetes pods (2 POD) on my AKS cluster and accessed my dashboard using the ALB but when I try to login into my dashboard I got the error.
Error: Wrong credentials, locked user or missing access rights to application
I learn from you that the solution is enabling sticky-sessions using cookies to ingress controller (K8s nginx). This would ensure that all requests from a given user are directed to the same instance over a configurable period of time.
It’s a good solution and resolve the login cookpit.
But i’ve a important question:
into my AKS Cluster there are:
- 1 microservices camunda with 2 POD
- Others microservices that call api rest camunda fecthAndLock.
if i enable sticky-sessions, lose the benefit of scaling pod? All requests from a microservice A to Camunda user are directed to the same POD?
Thank you, Giuseppe.