Istio in Action (Manning)
Monday, 04 July 2022

This book shows how to solve difficult service-to-service communication challenges around security, observability, routing, and resilience with an Istio-based service mesh. Christian E. Posta and Rinor Maloku show how Istio allows you to define these traffic policies as configuration and enforce them consistently without needing any service-code changes.

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The authors show how to implement this powerful new architecture and move your application-networking concerns to a dedicated infrastructure layer. Non-functional concerns stay separate from your application, so your code is easier to understand, maintain, and adapt regardless of programming language.

Author: Christian E. Posta and Rinor Maloku
Publisher: Manning
Date: April 2022
Pages: 480
ISBN: 978-1617295829
Print: 1617295825
Kindle: ‎B09XN9RDY1
Audience: General
Level: Intermediate
Category: Systems Management

  • Comprehensive coverage of Istio resources  
  • Practical examples to showcase service mesh capabilities
  • Implementation of multi-cluster service meshes
  • How to extend Istio with WebAssembly
  • Traffic routing and observability
  • VM integration into the mesh

 

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