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Day Zero Service Mesh


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Service mesh is the future of application connectivity. It delivers immediate value to any architecture by increasing application traffic's security, reliability and observability. At the same time, it can be challenging to understand and deploy service mesh in production—but it doesn't have to be this way.

Kuma, an open source CNCF sandbox project, takes a new approach to service mesh to build modern architectures across a variety of platforms including Kubernetes and virtual machines (VMs). Kuma is a universal control plane that addresses the complexity of service mesh technologies by enabling seamless management of any service on the network.

In this webinar, we'll walk you through how to easily set up service mesh across multiple environments and automatically enable security and observability on any network. We will introduce new concepts and products along the way to better enable developers and architects at any skill level become comfortable with service mesh.

Viktor Gamov
Principal Developer Advocate - Kong
Viktor Gamov is a Principal Developer Advocate at Kong, a cloud connectivity company for API and microservice management. He is a published author, Java champion, open source evangelist, podcaster and conference speaker. You can find him speaking on distributed systems, streaming data, JVM, DevOps and more.

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