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Wednesday, April 19 • 11:00 - 12:30
Tutorial: Measure Twice, Cut Once: Dive Into Network Foundations the Right Way! - Marino Wijay & Jason Skrzypek, Solo.io

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Networking is the foundation of distributed computing, especially in cloud-native ecosystems. Your awareness of how data moves between applications is critical for understanding their performance, security, and efficiency. As many microservices are built and deployed onto container systems like Kubernetes, it’s key to understand where traffic goes, how to communicate with your applications, how to decipher network protocols, and the various transactions that could be present. CoreDNS, Envoy, Istio, CNI, and Cilium and cloud-native networking tools offer many advantages, but in failure conditions, they require a deep understanding of the Linux networking stack. This workshop will prepare you to navigate networks and develop expertise in the networking technologies found throughout KubeCon + CloudNativeCon. Taking this workshop will help you to answer the questions: - What does a packet look like? - How does it flow into your microservices? - How do you track network communications? - Why do you need DNS? - How does a service mesh enhance your microservices network? - What does the shift away from IPtables toward eBPF mean for network performance?

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Jason Skrzypek

Field Engineer, Solo.io
The taxonomy of the cloud native landscape has consumed Jason Skrzypek for more than half a decade now. His home office in Lancaster NY has taken him from Application Developer to Infrastructure Admin to Network Engineer and beyond. While exploring this ecosystem a few common threads... Read More →
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Marino Wijay

Developer Advocate, Solo.io
Marino is a Developer & Platform Advocate at Solo.io, EddieHub Ambassador, and KubeHuddle Organizer. He is passionate about technology and modern distributed systems that involve heavy networking. He will always fall back to the patterns of Networking and the ways of the OSI. Community... Read More →

Wednesday April 19, 2023 11:00 - 12:30 CEST
Elicium Building | Elicium Ballroom 1 + 2
  Tutorials, I/O: Networking + Storage