Service Mesh in the Real World with IstioMarch 4, 2020
Unsure about what a service mesh is, or when it makes sense to use one? This video series featuring Christian Posta from Solo.io and Sandeep Parikh from Google takes an application-centric view of service mesh to think about what networking capabilities an application may need based on the user case and end users served.
Focusing on the Istio service mesh, this video series will cover:
- Discuss a challenge that affects developers and operations
- Review how that problem has historically been solved
- Outline how service mesh can solve that problem differently
- Live demos
- What’s new in the latest Istio release
- Traffic Control – Managing Egress
- Traffic Control – Multi-tenant Ingress
- Security – Authentication
Episode 1: Traffic Control – Managing Egress
Egress is part of the north-south traffic pattern that describes traffic leaving the cluster to connect to an external service. Download the slides here and watch the replay below.
Episode 2: Traffic Control – Multi-tenant Ingress
Ingress is part of the north-south traffic pattern that describes the traffic entering the cluster from external clients or end users. This session goes beyond simple ingress and explores considerations for a multi-tenant ingress design to support large teams and applications. Download the slides here and watch the replay below.
Episode 3: Security and Authentication
Security is a big surface area within application development and delivery. In this session we will focus on securing the communications between your application services including authorization and encryption. Download the slides here and watch the replay below.