Eitan Suez is a content engineer and technical "explainer" at Tetrate, where he develops technical content and breaks down technical topics for audiences large and small. At Tetrate, Eitan runs workshops, customer training, and a series of live broadcasts centered around Service Mesh called "Tetrate Tech Talks." Prior to Tetrate, Eitan was a technical instructor at VMware and at Pivotal, where he developed and taught courses on a variety of technical topics including the Spring framework, Cloud Foundry, and Kubernetes. Prior to doing technical education, Eitan held the role of Principal consultant at ThoughtWorks, a company that helps enterprises with software projects and agile transformations. Eitan has many years experience as a software developer, and spent four seasons as a speaker on the "No Fluff Just Stuff" conference tour. Eitan's first open source project dates back to 2002 when he developed a database-backed Java API documentation system, which achieved some measure of notoriety after being written up on java.sun.com and later adopted by dzone.com.
Experience the Istio service mesh through hands-on exercises. In this tutorial, you’ll get up to speed with the most popular and most-used service mesh in production - Istio.
We’ll explain what a service mesh is and what makes it work (hint: it’s Envoy!). After the brief theoretical introduction, we’ll jump into practice, where you’ll learn how to install Istio, route traffic between different service versions, configure mutual TLS, and use observability tools such as Grafana, Kiali, and Zipkin.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll understand how Istio works and how to use Istio’s custom resource definitions to bend the mesh to fit your scenarios.