This session was not filmed.
As the number of services scale in architecture, the complexity and management increases. To manage services in production, the concept of Service Mesh has been introduced.
This hands-on interactive workshop will explore how Istio, an open platform to connect, manage, and secure Microservices supports large scale Microservice deployments on top of Kubernetes.
Attendees will learn how Service Meshes and Istio can enhance communication security, authentication and reliability.
An understanding of Kubernetes is beneficial, but not required.
Prerequisites: Laptop with a modern browser that supports cookies and websockets. Needs to be able to access and use Katacoda.com
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Tutorial: Using Istio Service Mesh and Kubernetes to Solve Service-to-Service Communications, Scaling and Security
Ben is the founder of Ocelot Uproar and the creator behind Katacoda (Katacoda.com), an interactive learning platform for software engineers. Katacoda specialises in enabling developers to understand Cloud-Native technologies including Docker, Kubernetes and OpenShift.