Dynamic service meshes for microservices using Envoy proxy, Java, and Spring
Who is this presentation for?
- CTOs, software architects, software engineers, software testers, and admins
Join Michael Hartle for a hands-on introduction to service meshes for microservice architectures using Envoy proxy, Java, and Spring. He outlines the foundations of service meshes and Envoy proxy, including use cases for service meshes, static configuration of Envoy proxy, and the dynamic configuration of Envoy proxy through xDS APIs.
You’ll see some practical examples, such as pluggable service discovery approaches, MTLS with dynamic key and certificate rotation, and incremental blue/green deployments. Avi explores some implications for the design of microservices.
- A working knowledge of TCP/IP networking, HTTP/1, Java, and Spring
- A solid understanding of microservices
What you'll learn
- A basic understanding of service meshes, Envoy proxy and its dynamic (re)configuration using its xDS APIs, and patterns to support real-life transformations and migrations in microservice architectures
Hartle & Klug Consulting GmbH
Michael Hartle is a software architect and engineer at Hartle & Klug Consulting GmbH, a software architecture consultancy in Darmstadt, Germany. He holds a diploma degree in computer science from Darmstadt University of Applied Science and a doctorate degree in computer science from TU Darmstadt. Michael can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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