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Mark Gateway Injection as Generally Available


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      Gateway Injection has been officially released in Istio 1.11 upstream. We should mark it as Generally Available for 2.2.0. Gateway injection works in a similar manner to sidecar injection, so all caveats that apply to sidecar injection will also apply to gateway injection, namely:

      • Auto-injection is enabled by default upstream, but not by OSSM, which means users will need to add an injection label/annotation to the gateway deployment for injection to occur, when using OSSM defaults
      • Injection is disabled in the SMCP namespace, which means that gateway injection will not occur for gateways deployed in the SMCP namespace.

      Acceptance Criteria:

      • Gateway Injection templates are equivalent in functionality to what is deployed by spec.gateways
      • Acceptance tests for mixed gateway deployments (spec.gateways + injected) as well as for only injected gateway deployments
      • Documentation on how to use Gateway Injection

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            dgrimm@redhat.com Daniel Grimm
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