NGINX Session Room
Friday, February 19, 2021
Join our resident Kubernetes and modern apps experts in a discussion of the challenges of Kubernetes traffic management in today’s technology landscape. While Kubernetes Ingress gets most of the attention, how you handle egress traffic is just as important. Egress isn’t just about traffic leaving a cluster, either, but also concerns traffic among managed and unmanaged services within the cluster. We demo a solution using NGINX Service Mesh and NGINX Ingress Controller to control egress from the cluster and between NGINX Service Mesh and unmanaged services. Whether you’re new to modern application architectures, or looking to improve your current microservices deployment, this webinar is for you.
Join this webinar to learn:
* Solutions to common challenges when managing traffic in Kubernetes
* How to control both ingress and egress in a single configuration
* Which solutions from NGINX can best serve your needs, depending on your requirements
* About NGINX Service Mesh and NGINX Ingress Controller with live demos
Kubernetes brings promises of application modernization and agile applications development and deployment, but it also brings new challenges in managing these environments. Nowhere are these challenges more of an issue than with traffic management and security of microservice environments, especially in those which require high-volume, high-reliability, and high-security. But the good news is that you’re not alone: These challenges impact everyone moving to Kubernetes, and there are solutions to make traffic management and security in Kubernetes microservice environments easier. Come join NGINX Service Mesh engineers to talk about NGINX Service Mesh and tools available for your microservice traffic management challenges. This session will be an engineering round-table where we'll have an open discussion about service mesh use cases, demos, and a Q&A with the engineers. Join us to talk all things mesh, the need for ingress/egress traffic management within a mesh, and some best practice guidelines with microservice traffic management.