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Service Mesh: Two Big Words But Do You Need It?


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Sponsored by NGINX (part of F5)

Wednesday, December 9, 2020
11:00 a.m. SGT / 2:00 p.m. AEDT

Today, one of the big concepts buzzing in the app development world is service mesh. A service mesh is a configurable infrastructure layer for microservices application that makes communication flexible, reliable and fast. Let’s take a step back, though, and answer this question: Do you need a service mesh?

Join this webinar to learn:

  • What a service mesh is; when and why you need it — or when and why you may not
  • App modernization journey and traffic management approaches for microservices-based apps
  • How to make an informed decision based on cost and complexity before adopting service mesh
  • Learn about NGINX Service Mesh in a live demo, and how it provides the best service mesh option for container-based L7 traffic management
Ravi Vagadia
Solutions Engineer - NGINX

Ravi Vagadia is a solutions engineer at NGINX (part of F5), the engine delivering sites and applications for the modern web. With close to a decade in IT, specializing in software and app development, Ravi has built his career from building and supporting apps from the ground up, and deploying these apps in products that address day-to-day needs of consumers and businesses. He joined F5 in 2018 as part of the engineering services team, and moved to a customer-facing pre-sales role as solutions engineer for NGINX in 2020. Ravi’s passion for coding and building modern apps give him the strong edge with the consulting nature of his role with NGINX customers in Asia. Ravi has a Bachelor’s degree for Computer Application, and a Master’s degree in Science for Information Technology.

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