​Untangle Kubernetes traffic management complexity using Istio

Presented by

Brian Tannous, Developer Advocate--OpenShift, Red Hat

About this talk

As applications evolve into collections of decentralized services, managing communications and security between those services becomes more difficult. OpenShift Service Mesh, built upon the open source Istio project, provides a consistent framework for connecting, managing, securing, and monitoring containerized applications running within Kubernetes and OpenShift. OpenShift Service Mesh also adds tracing, using Jaeger, and visualization, using Kiali, to help understand what’s happening in and across applications. This session provides an introduction to the OpenShift Service Mesh, including how easily we can integrate the four pillars of the service mesh into our existing microservice based application. Through a series of demos, attendees will learn how to deploy components of Istio to move operational aspects away from code development and into the domain of operations.

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