Production-ready applications implemented on OpenShift need networking services such as load balancing within and across clusters, service discovery, application performance monitoring, security, and visibility to service dependencies. Hardware or virtual appliance-based load balancers are not built to handle the dynamic and distributed nature of microservices applications, while lightweight proxies don't have the analytics, scale, security, nor enterprise class load balancing features that enterprises expect for production deployments.
Join Avi Networks and Red Hat for this informative session on important OpenShift and container networking concepts and how you can create robust microservices applications.
You will learn:
- How to setup ready-to-use local and global load balancing services
- Perform service discovery to map service domain names to virtual IPs
- How to visualize microservices with dependency graphs
- Deliver monitoring, analytics, and security services
Ranga Rajagopalan - CTO, Avi Networks Inc.
Satish Kale - Solution Architect, Red Hat Inc.