Service Meshes and Istio
What you can look forward to:
With more and more applications currently being deployed as microservices on Kubernetes, it become increasingly important to be able to communicate the way in which microservices talk to one another over the network. This is where service meshes come in - allowing us to gain back control of the network.
- What service meshes are, and why we need them
- How a service mesh can be used to intelligently route microservices traffic
- Filtering and encrypting traffic at the network level
- Testing our applications‘ tolerance to network errors via network-level fault injection
- Visualizing the traffic to understand how our microservices talk to one another
Presented by: Bogdan Sass
“With a background in Computer Networking, Bogdan has been teaching CCNA, CCNP, and CCIE (in RS and DC) for 17 years. He has trained and mentored about 5,000 students so far. He is now focusing on data center technologies (compute, DC networking, virtualization, storage), as well as Linux administration and container technologies. He has also worked with Docker and Kubernetes for container orchestration, as well as Ansible for automating configurations. His approach to DevOps technologies is grounded in the conviction that they will change the world of IT as we know it.”
At present, we have decided to provide you with breakfast in a virtual form. The day before the event, we will send you a link to connect to your email address.
We look forward to your participation, the DataScript team
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