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May 4, 2021
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Tuesday, May 4 • 16:15 - 16:55
Lightning Talk: The Hardest Part of Operating a Service Mesh: Envoy Proxy & Session: Service Identity - The Key to Zero Trust with Service Mesh

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16:05-16:15 CEST
Lightning Talk: The Hardest Part of Operating a Service Mesh: Envoy Proxy - Christian Posta, Solo.io
Operating a service mesh in production has some pragmatic complexities with some contributed by Envoy’s underlying powerful feature set. Requests flow over the data plane proxies which means this is an important piece of technology to understand how to operationalize, debug, tune, and observe. In this talk, we share our experience at Solo.io supporting customers on Envoy-based technology both at the edge and in a mesh and share lessons learned such as: * understand which telemetry signals to watch for config sync issues, CPU, and memory pressure * enabling access logging and enhancing it with dynamic metadata * debugging connectivity issues with Envoy logs, metrics * tuning for cloud environments with keep-alive settings Attendees will leave with a better confidence of running Envoy-based service meshes such as Istio, Consul, Kuma, and OpenServiceMesh in production.

16:15-16:55 CEST
Service Identity - The Key to Zero Trust with Service Mesh - Matthew Bates & Joshua Van Leeuwen, Jetstack

Service mesh provides first class support for service identity, foundational to identity-based, Zero Trust security that is now of growing interest and importance in the enterprise. In this talk, Matt and Josh will explain the concepts of service identity, such as SPIFFE, and illustrate through example how the various mesh technologies are architected, as well as how they implement the principles of service identity to provide seamless mTLS between workloads. The talk will help Platform and Security teams as they think about identity for workloads, how it's used within the mesh and beyond, and importantly, how this may can interoperate with enterprise PKI infrastructure.

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Matthew Bates

Jetstack, CTO
Matt’s background is in systems for the acquisition, management and exploitation of large-scale data. Since its launch, he has contributed widely to the Kubernetes project, both to the technology and to the ecosystem. , and now focuses his time on the cert-manager project at Jetstack... Read More →
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Josh Van Leeuwen

Software Engineer, Jetstack
Josh first started at Jetstack as an intern during the summer of 2017 before continuing to work part-time during his final year of study at the University of Bristol. During this year, Josh developed a Kubernetes custom controller that automates the delegation of RBAC permissions... Read More →
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Christian Posta

Solo.io, Global Field CTO
Christian Posta (@christianposta) is Global Field CTO at Solo.io, and well known in the cloud-native community for being an author (Istio in Action, Manning, Microservices for Java Developers, O’Reilly 2016), blogger, speaker, open-source enthusiast and contributor to various open-source... Read More →



Tuesday May 4, 2021 16:15 - 16:55 CEST
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