Observability, Service Mesh and Troubleshooting Distributed Services
Last Revised: April 28, 2021
About this Webinar
As we transition our applications to more distributed architectures, the operating pattern for troubleshooting those microservices changes. Service mesh introduces an easy to adopt set of capabilities in the observability arena by providing a consistent layer of application-first networking. Kuma and Kong Mesh provide a frictionless onramp to consuming this capability through a single command – delivering faster paths to resolving service outages and getting deeper visibility into the application connectivity realm.
Join Cody De Arkland, Technical Marketing Engineer with Kong, to learn how a service mesh can observe all of our traffic in new modern applications running across both Kubernetes and virtual machines.
- Understanding of the service mesh pattern and how it helps to modernize our applications out of the box.
- A live demonstration of a service mesh to extract traffic metrics, traces, and logs from our service traffic
- Direct integrations with Prometheus + Grafana, Jaeger and Elasticsearch.
- Learning how to use the service mesh policies available in CNCF’s Kuma and Kong Mesh
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