Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes deployments

This diagram shows an example of a Qlik Sense Enterprise on Kubernetes deployment with a single Kubernetes cluster connected to a Qlik Sense Enterprise on Windows node. The cluster contains one or more of the Qlik Sense microservices such as the Engine or other services deployed across a set of nodes. This deployment provides the ability to scale up the number of apps (read only) for user consumption. The Kubernetes cluster, which is deployed within a public or private cloud, shares data volumes and a MongoDB instance. An Identity Provider (IdP) authenticates users while QSE authorizes access to multi-cloud apps using built-in security rules. The IdP allows the same named users to access content in Qlik Sense Enterprise and the cloud environment, subject to security rules. The Kubernetes cluster, public or private cloud, and network infrastructure are all managed by the customer.

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