Create a Static Upstream
Static upstreams are intended to connect Gloo to upstreams to services (often external or 3rd-party) running at a fixed IP address or hostname. Static upstreams require you to manually specify the hosts associated with a static upstream. Requests routed to a static upstream will be round-robin load balanced across each host.
glooctl create upstream static [flags]
-h, --help help for static --name string name of the resource to read or write -n, --namespace string namespace for reading or writing resources (default "gloo-system") --service-spec-type string if set, Gloo supports additional routing features to upstreams with a service spec. The service spec defines a set of features --static-hosts strings comma-separated list of hosts for the static upstream. these are hostnames or ips provided in the format IP:PORT or HOSTNAME:PORT. if :PORT is missing, it will default to :80 --static-outbound-tls connections Gloo manages to this cluster will attempt to use TLS for outbound connections. Gloo will automatically set this to true for port 443
-i, --interactive use interactive mode -o, --output string output format: (yaml, json, table)