How to Secure & Connect Distributed Apps with Service Mesh

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We go hands on with a multi-cloud/multi-cluster deployment of Kuma/Kong Mesh and focus in on how users can practically start dropping load balancers from their architecture models by using features like locality aware load balancing and Traffic Routing policies. 

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    About this Webinar

    Here at Kong, we talk a lot about microservices and “decentralized applications”, but what does ”decentralized” actually mean? Can we really drive modern application architectures with our services parked behind traditional load balancers, or is it time for us to rethink the model? 

    We’ve been beating the drum about ZeroLB – lets get hands on service mesh and show how we can drive a modern application connectivity model by shedding load balancers and using the decentralized model that service mesh provides. We’ll explore how to connect workloads across clouds, and how policy allows us to drive connectivity in the modern connected world. 

    Presented By

    Ned Harris

    Ned Harris

    Solutions Engineer, Kong HQ

    Scott Lowe

    Scott Lowe

    Principal Field Engineer, Kong HQ