Using Container Networking for Microservices Applications: A Red Hat Use Case
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.
RecordedApr 11 201749 mins
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Palak Desai, Product Management Leader and Bhushan Pai, Senior Technical Product Manager at VMware
See how VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer’s (Avi Networks) comprehensive and scalable load balancer and ingress controller modernize your applications and simplify operations for production-ready Kubernetes clusters.
The unprecedented pandemic situation has fundamentally changed the way how we work, how IT delivers its services and how infrastructure needs to support remote working. VMware Horizon customers can now deliver virtual desktops and apps in record time– with the help of VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (Avi Networks) – across multiple sites while simplifying their operations.
The joint Horizon VDI solution continues to accelerate VDI deployments with easy troubleshooting and improved ways to consume per desktop load balancing.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
- Simplify your infrastructure and operations to deliver virtual desktops and apps
- Troubleshoot end-user experience issues with point and click simplicity
- Eliminate costly over-provisioning of load balancers and save costs for VDI deployments
- Deploy load balancing consistently for virtual desktops in any cloud environment
See how VMware's integrated, cloud-native load balancer simplifies the delivery of Horizon cloud on Microsoft Azure. You will see how Avi's modern, distributed load balancers with central management speeds up deployments, simplifies operations, and reduces the cost of VDI deployments.
Also see how powerful analytics from the Avi platform give you network visibility and help you troubleshoot application performance and end user experience issues quickly without the need for TCP dumps or log exports.
Microsoft Azure is the public cloud environment preferred by many enterprises to deliver virtual desktops and apps. With Horizon Cloud, Avi Networks (now part of VMware) and Microsoft Azure, enterprises can set up infrastructure in just a few short hours and get scalable, turnkey VDI deployments to their remote employees.
In this webinar you will learn:
- How the Avi Platform integrates with the Microsoft Azure cloud and Horizon Cloud to enable fast and efficient VDI services that can simplify your business continuity efforts.
In this session you will see the powerful capabilities for automation and self-service that are built into VMware’s enterprise-grade load balancer, WAF, and Container Ingress solution called VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks). The software-only platform is used by global enterprises to migrate from legacy appliance based load balancers and WAFs to a modern, software-defined platform that simplifies network operations, provides remarkable visibility and application insights, and lowers overall costs for application delivery.
Lee Doyle, Doyle Research | Ashish Shah, VMware | Chandra Sekar, VMware
Join industry analyst and networking expert Lee Doyle of Doyle Research as he discusses the eight tenets for load balancing and application security in the new normal. Whether you are considering traditional applications in a data center or cloud environment or modern container applications across multi-cloud environments, you will be able to apply these strategies to deliver agile application services. Then download the latest whitepaper from Lee Doyle that addresses each tip and gives you blueprint for load balancing and application security with automation and self-service.
Lee Doyle, Principal Analyst, Doyle Research
Ashish Shah, Senior Director, Product Management, VMware
Chandra Sekar, Senior Director, Marketing, VMware
Businesses setting up virtual desktops and apps for remote employees need enterprise-grade, elastic load balancing to ensure great end user experience. Procuring and deploying expensive, appliance-based load balancers is not an option for many companies.
Learn how Avi Networks (acquired by VMware) offers multi-cloud load balancing for Horizon VDI including:
• Distributed load balancing including GSLB, WAF, DNS, and IPAM with simple central management.
• Analytics and visibility to end user and application performance
• Deploy in just a few hours in any data center or public cloud
• Scales elastically and on-demand to support new users dynamically
Rahul Phadke - Product Line Manager - VMware and Gary Blake - Staff II Solutions Architect - VCF
86% of enterprises have a hybrid cloud strategy*. VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) enables consistent, secure infrastructure and operations for enterprises delivering applications in hybrid cloud environments. Customers across industries cite the ability to scale, transparently move workloads between on-prem and public cloud, and broadening workload deployment choice as reasons for choosing VCF.
Enterprise-grade load balancing and web application firewall capabilities are critical components of successful VCF deployments. With the acquisition of Avi Networks in June 2019, VMware entered the enterprise application delivery market.
In this webinar, join experts from VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) and VMware Cloud Foundation to learn how to:
- Provision software load balancers for VCF in just minutes
- Lower your TCO by 30% for application delivery services
- Manage and orchestrate policies for all load balancers centrally
- Achieve high-performance and scale elastically across clouds
- Troubleshoot application networking issues without TCP dumps and log traces
Multi-Cloud is a reality for modern applications that are deployed everywhere – from data centers to the clouds. VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) is a full-featured L4-7 load balancing software solution that is agnostic to the underlying environments. We talked about how to separate fact from fiction and accelerate public cloud migration in AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
In this webinar, we will focus on:
- Hybrid cloud deployments with VMC on AWS
- Seamless migration of VMware workloads to AWS
- Use cases including fast Horizon VDI deployments with VMC on AWS
Steve Allie - Director, Systems Engineering at VMware
Multi-cloud is not a trend, automation shouldn't be a risk, and troubleshooting should be made easy. Avi Networks, now part of VMware, offers the only software-defined load balancing platform that truly delivers on all three.
In this webinar, we will explain how to redefine TCO with a study in real world use cases:
- True Multi-Cloud Deployments
- Automation Without the Fear
- Simple Troubleshooting (aka: Mean-Time-To-Innocence)
The Avi Platform delivers software-defined load balancing as an elastic, highly automated, and programmable fabric. Enterprises migrating to Avi Networks from F5 hardware or virtual appliances find that they can address the challenges of overprovisioning and overpaying for their iRules with simple point-and-click configurations in the Avi UI.
In this session you will learn:
- Best practices for migration gathered from hundreds of Fortune 500 enterprises
- How Avi automates many common application delivery tasks and simplifies your day to day operations
Steve Allie, SE Director, VMware
Nathan McMahon, Global Sales Enablement Director, VMware
Ashish Shah - Sr. Director Product Management - VMware
This is the sequel to a two-part session. The automation and flexibility of the public cloud are important for digital business. In the aftermath of significant workplace disruption caused by the pandemic to the process of setting up and operating networks and deploying new applications, enterprises are looking for the same agility in their private clouds. How can IT respond to the pressure from their internal customers to deliver applications, with resilience, Day 0-N automation, and consistent services in any cloud. Hear from VMware customers and product experts who are addressing these challenges and transforming their networks to simplify operations, save costs, and deliver that “one-click” experience to application teams.
In this session, we will explore the modern load balancing architecture that brings the simplicity of the public cloud to application delivery in any environment.
The process of endless tickets to deploy an application is unsustainable. The largest banks, with hundreds of thousands of applications, have moved to a zero touch networking model. Deploy an app, and all the adjacent services, such as load balancing, application firewall, DNS and SSL cryptography are automatically instantiated. What does it take to make this happen? What impact will this have on your environment? In this session learn how the 3rd generation of application delivery enables self-service and automation to reduce time to market and operational costs.
From the public cloud, to the data center, and to the edge, enterprises are rethinking their networking and security strategies, priorities, technologies, and investment decisions to handle the unexpected. Traditional networks and security models have proved to be too rigid and have become blockers to address changes rapidly. The public cloud has quickly become the model to deliver this agility.
In this talk, we will examine networking and security technologies that are designed to operate with the network-as-code model of the public cloud and bring that flexibility to the private cloud. Enterprises are building and managing full stack networks with broad and deep visibility today and deploying security policies rapidly without any hardware dependencies.
In part one of this two-part session, we will discuss the networking and security aspects followed by part two which will cover application load balancing and application delivery services.
Umesh Mahajan - SVP/GM NSX Networking and Security (SDN) at VMware
Andrew Hrycaj - Principal Network Engineer at IHS Markit
Shiv Agarwal - VP, Cloud Management at VMware
Abhinav Modi, Group Product Line Manager at VMware
Avi Networks, now part of VMware, has helped many enterprises speed up their migration to the public clouds including Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. Learn why customers, especially those with a multi-cloud strategy, are choosing VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) to drive end-to-end automation, simpler operations and deeper visibility for load balancing and web application firewall.
In this webinar, we will cover:
- An insight into modern software load balancer architecture
- A step-by-step guide to migrating applications to public clouds
- Best practices for automating enterprise-grade load balancing
- On-demand, elastic autoscaling of applications based on real-time analytics
This is the sequel to a two-part session. The automation and flexibility of the public cloud are important for digital business. In the aftermath of significant workplace disruption caused by the pandemic to the process of setting up and operating networks and deploying new applications, enterprises are looking for the same agility in their private clouds. How can IT respond to the pressure from their internal customers to deliver applications, with resilience, Day 0-N automation, and consistent services in any cloud. Hear from VMware customers and product experts who are addressing these challenges and transforming their networks to simplify operations, save costs, and deliver that “one-click” experience to application teams. In this session, we will explore the modern load balancing architecture that brings the simplicity of the public cloud to application delivery in any environment.
Steve Allie, Director, Systems Engineering, VMware
Multi-cloud is not a trend, it’s a reality. Applications are deployed anywhere across on-premises data centers and public clouds. Application services including load balancing, web application firewall (WAF) and analytics need to be infrastructure agnostic, portable to containers and fully automatable.
In this session you will be able to see a demonstration of the full suite of application services of VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer (by Avi Networks) including Ingress Controller, enterprise-grade local and global load balancing, WAF, autoscaling, and application insights that simplify troubleshooting. You will also learn how to consolidate networking and security services for Kubernetes applications and deliver consistent networking services across multi-cloud environments.
Pere Monclus, Ranga Rajagopalan, Swapnil Hendre and Chandra Sekar, VMware
Enterprises are adopting agile, cloud-native development methods and tools to create better production environments. Containers and Kubernetes are at the heart of this transformation, but such enterprise-scale transitions put the onus on IT operations. Learn how the networking and security stack can match the cloud-native automation, portability, and self-services of Kubernetes applications.
In this session, learn how to overcome common pitfalls when deploying production-ready container applications and ways to simplify the operational challenges of delivering secure and scalable, multi-cluster Kubernetes applications.
Join a panel discussion moderated by Chandra Sekar, Senior Director of Marketing, with VMware container networking experts - VP and Chief Architect Ranga Rajagopalan, Pere Monclus – VMware CTO of Networking and Security, Swapnil Hendre, Director of Solutions Engineering and Design to learn about agile system environments, and automation best practices to deliver load balancing and WAF for Kubernetes applications.
Nathan McMahon, Global Sales Enablement Director, VMware
September 29 @ 9am PST
The Avi Networks (VMware NSX Advanced Load Balancer) software-defined platform provides multi-cloud load balancing, web application firewall, application analytics, and container ingress services across on-premises data centers and any cloud. In a short demo, see how you can how you can address the challenges of overprovisioning and overpaying for active-standby appliance pairs, complicated iRules, and inelastic services with a centrally managed, distributed fabric of load balancers that enables one-click deployment, simplified operations, and easy application troubleshooting.
This session gives an overview of modern load balancing use cases. Every application requires load balancing to deliver a great end user experience. Whether enabling remote workers with VDI, or refreshing legacy load balancers, migrating to public cloud, deploying SDN, or developing Kubernetes apps, learn how the Avi Networks enterprise-grade load balancer from VMware delivers consistent application services in both VMware as well as any other environment. You will learn how to set up unique per-app / per-tenant load balancing services easily.
Expect More from your Load Balancer. Any Cloud. Any App. One Avi
Whether you deploy applications on-premises, in the clouds, or both, only Avi Networks provides consistent, enterprise-grade load balancing for ALL your applications across ANY data center, ANY cloud or ANY hybrid environment, and includes container support for OpenShift and Kubernetes.
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