The "cloud native" ecosystem -- largely centered around Kubernetes and microservice architectures -- has taken the industry by storm. As DevOps teams rush into this brave new world, they quickly find that there's a need for a new set of instrumentation and tooling primitives. This can be overwhelmingly complex and, without a disciplined, incremental approach, these migrations can be doomed to fail.
Linkerd is a Ultra light, ultra simple, ultra powerful service mesh. Linkerd adds security, observability, and reliability to Kubernetes, without the complexity. CNCF-hosted and 100% open source., the CNCF project that pioneered the service mesh category, gives operators visibility and control over the traffic between their microservices. Hundreds of organizations have adopted a service mesh as a component of their cloud native architecture.
👇 Here's you'll learn why enterprises looking towards the adaption of Linkerd. 👇
Part-02:Managing Complex Microservice Base Architecture WithLinkerd Deep Dive.
Since this 2.8 release of Linkerd adds Kubernetes multi-cluster support. This means that Linkerd can now connect Kubernetes services across cluster boundaries in a way that’s fully transparent to the application and the developers and independent of network topology. Most importantly, just like the connections that Linkerd brokers within a cluster, the connections Linkerd establishes between clusters are also automatically secured and encrypted with mTLS. Regardless of whether cross-cluster communication happens within a datacenter / VPC or across the public internet, the same confidentiality and identity guarantees that Linkerd provides for in-cluster communication are also provided for cross-cluster communication.
In this webinar, Jason Morgaon of Buoyant the creators of Linkerd, will go over what’s new in Linkerd 2.10 and how to start taking advantage of these features now. You will gain an understanding of:
✅ Service profiles and how they can help with troubleshooting and monitoring? ✅ We’ll also talk through production deployment strategies? ✅ We'll do a helm-based install? ✅ We'll talk through certificate rotation? ✅ We'll also talk about what’s new in 2.10 and try the new Linkerd extensions?