The Life of a Packet Through Istio
26 September 2018 | Clound Native Conference, London UK
Istio is a service mesh for Kubernetes that offers advanced networking features. It provides intelligent routing, resiliency, and security features, so that service authors don’t have to keep re-implementing them. Istio is rapidly taking off and there are great introductory talks everywhere. However in this session, we will explore precisely how it does what it does, following one brave little packet in from the internet and back out again. This will give a great insight into Istio’s full power, and its fascinating architecture.
- 3.33 / 4 (n==12) for learning
- 3.25 / 4 (n==12) for enjoyment
Great talk Matt— Andy Gore (@Andy_Gore) September 26, 2018
One of the best explanations I've heard of @Docker and @kubernetesio namespaces, and how @EnvoyProxy can be used to intercept all network traffic, by @mt165pro at #cloudNativeLondon pic.twitter.com/2Uu4v5jSWa— Daniel Bryant (hiring for #devrels!) (@danielbryantuk) September 26, 2018
Second talk of the day I listened to was "The Life Of A Packet In Istio" by @mt165pro. Quite intense, but very interesting deep-dive into Kubernetes & Istio networking 👌 #CloudNativeLondon pic.twitter.com/7kv5lNAVw1— Dirk Jablonski 🇪🇺 (@dirkjablonski) September 26, 2018