Solving hybrid cloud service communication challenges with Istio service mesh
Deployment environments are fairly heterogeneous, and even after moving workloads to containers and Kubernetes, there won't be full homogeneity in how to deploy services. This applies to environments on-premise, public cloud, and a mix of the two.
Once you've deployed your services, they still need to communicate with each other to produce the business value they're intended to deliver. Especially in heterogeneous deployment environments, there are plenty of challenges to this communication among services.
In this webinar, we'll discuss these challenges and how Istio lays the foundation for solving them:
- Resiliency—adds fault tolerance to your services without code changes
- Observability—offers monitoring and tracing of your services, including metrics
- Policy—allows for policy evaluation and telemetry reporting
- Security—provides strong service security at scale
Live-event date: Thursday, November 8, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand event date: Available for one year afterward.
senior principal solutions architect, Red Hat
Christian Posta is a senior principal solutions architect at Red Hat. He helps companies create and deploy large-scale, resilient, distributed architectures, many of which we now call microservices. Christian is well known in the community as the author of the O'Reilly book, “Introducing Istio Service Mesh.” He's also a a frequent blogger, speaker, open source enthusiast, and committer on various open source projects including Istio, Apache ActiveMQ, and Fabric8.