Tackling microservice challenges with Istio
Creating and maintaining production-grade distributed systems (microservices) is hard. Designers of microservices applications must account for service discovery, load balancing, fault tolerance, monitoring, dynamic routing, compliance, and security.
Current attempts to solve these big issues have been language- or runtime-specific, and they require multiple technology solutions to be integrated. Enter Istio—a multi-vendor initiative to establish a uniform way to connect, manage, monitor, and secure services without modifying application code.
In this webinar, we'll discuss some tools that support the Istio initiative to build and secure resilient applications:
- Connect—resiliency, discovery, load balancing
- Manage—traffic control, policy enforcement
- Monitor—metrics, logging, tracing
- Secure—end-to-end authentication and authorization
Live-event date: Thursday, October 4, 2018 | 2 p.m. ET
On-demand date: Available for one year afterward.
principal architect, OpenShift, Red Hat
John Osborne is a principal OpenShift® architect dedicated to Red Hat public sector customers. John has focused on the role of Kubernetes in government IT modernization for more 3 years. He is a co-author of OpenShift In Action. Prior to Red Hat, John worked at a start-up and then spent 7 years with the U.S. Navy developing high-performance, mission-critical applications and deploying them across the globe.
senior solutions architect, Red Hat
Jason is a specialist solutions architect at Red Hat who helps customers understand and adopt emerging technology. He is a subject matter expert in modern application development and has been developing solutions that run on OpenShift® for the last 3 years. Prior to Red Hat, Jason worked on projects that run the gamut from agricultural innovation using mobile devices to unmanned vehicle command-and-control software.