Admiral – Enabling Multi-Cluster Mesh

Intuit Inc - 7535 Torrey Santa Fe Rd San Diego - View Map San Diego Cloud Native Computing Meetup
Thu, Aug 29, 2019, 6:00 PM (PDT)

About this event

Intuit has hundred+ K8s clusters for better isolation and manageability across the enterprise. As services get deployed across these clusters, having a service mesh with a single control plane does not scale and creates availability issue. In making a mesh platform provide end-to-end encryption, we defined a pattern for federated workload identities and learned to manage a federated set of mesh control planes. We will share these learnings and an emerging open-source technology that made it all possible - Admiral.

Jason Webb, Services Fabric Chief Architect
Jason Webb is Services Fabric Chief Architect at Intuit, where he works on building tools and platforms to enable Intuit’s microservices ecosystem. Jason is passionate about cloud-native infrastructure, developer tools & experience, and open source. He holds a BS in Computer Science from Northern Arizona University.

Anil Attuluri, Software Engineer
Anil is a Software Engineer at Intuit working on some of the key challenges to moving Intuit's microservices onto Service Mesh. His other areas of work at Intuit include distributed and scalable rate-limiting algorithm, orchestration layer in API Gateway for Graphql and designing OSGi architecture for enabling plug and play features on API Gateway.


Thursday, Aug 29
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (PDT)


Intuit Inc
7535 Torrey Santa Fe Rd San Diego