Volgende Meetup

Kubernetes: Istio workshop
One of the benefits of building a microservice architecture is making use of small independent services which are easy to maintain and to roll out. However it will shift alot of the complexity into the infrastructure which we also need to maintain. Using containers and Kubernetes we make sure that the infrastructure is kept into it's desired state, and that new releases are rolled out using Kubernetes native deployment strategies. When using a microservice architecture things like: - The security of service to service communication; - Visibility into the architecture like metrics, logs and traces; - Traffic behavior like failovers, retries, routing rules; are often forgotten or skipped for the sake of simplicity. However to deliver better quality applications and to provide better insight to the end user we also want these non functional requirements. To fulfill these requirements an new tool named Istio comes into play. Taken from the istio website: The term service mesh is used to describe the network of microservices that make up such applications and the interactions between them. As a service mesh grows in size and complexity, it can become harder to understand and manage. Its requirements can include discovery, load balancing, failure recovery, metrics, and monitoring. A service mesh also often has more complex operational requirements, like A/B testing, canary releases, rate limiting, access control, and end-to-end authentication. But how does Istio work, and can it benefit our and your usecases? Come find out at our Istio workshop given by Roel Hodzelmans from Red Hat. Having a basic understanding of Kubernetes is advisable. Since this is an interactive workshop, do not forget to bring your own laptop. Biography Roel Hodzelmans, Senior Solution Architect at Red Hat. In his daily work Roel is working accross the BeNeLux to support customers, prospects and partners in using Red Hat products. Besides that he frequently speaks at conferences and gives workshops and trainings. Program 17:30 - 18:30 Welcome buffet 18:30 - 19:30 Workshop part 1 19:30 - 19:45 Micro-break 19:45 - 21:00 Workshop part 2 21:00 - 21:30 Drinks and snacks Food and Drinks Trifork wants to give you a really nice evening. As always, for us this starts with good food while sharing idea's with other technologists! We will be serving a variety of meat, chicken and vegetarian options. If you have any specific dietary requests, please let us know in advance! Location and Parking The event will be hosted at the Trifork (http://trifork.com/) Eindhoven office on the 4th floor in the Videolab building. There is plenty of parking space along the street, behind the building or in the garage 'Om de Hoek' across the street. See https://www.mobility-s.nl/kaart for details. Be aware: the whole Strijp-S area is a paid parking zone so don't risk getting a parking fine! Looking forward to see you!


Strijp-S, Torenallee 20 · Eindhoven

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