Service Mesh Fundamentals (LFS243)
Skills Covered: Envoy Proxy, Network Access Control, Cloud Native Apps, Resilience for Distributed Systems, Service Mesh Data Planes, Control Planes, Service Mesh Fundamentals, Service Mesh Standards, Using Service Mesh to Debug, Mitigate App Failures, Service Meshes Architecture
ABOUT THIS COURSE
Learn how to use service mesh technology like Envoy Proxy and the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification to address the problems faced by distributed networks.
This course is for DevOps developers, site stability engineers, and platform engineers who are interested in learning about microservice architectures. You will be ready to deploy and maintain microservice architectures and distributed frameworks after completing this course.
Access to a Linux server or Linux desktop/laptop is necessary to complete the lab exercises in this course. You’ll also need access to a public cloud service or VirtualBox installed on your desktop. The course includes detailed guidance for setting up your lab space.
You should be able to complete the lab activities using the free tier or credits offered by a cloud service such as GCP or AWS. However, you can be charged if you use more credits than the cloud provider originally allotted to you, or if the cloud provider’s terms and conditions change.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The course covers the problems that distributed systems present, as well as methods for dealing with them and the design of service meshes. It also goes into core topics like data plane vs. control plane and ingress evolution.
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