K8s Traffic Management: Emissary-ingress + Linkerd
This week's challenge is hosted by Ambassador Community Advocate Jason Morgan
Jason Morgan is a Technical Evangelist at Buoyant who is passionate about continuous delivery and focused on ensuring that the apps that get released into production are easy to maintain, monitor, and scale. Jason will be guest teaching this week's Summer of Kubernetes challenge on traffic management.
Summer of K8s: Run | Week 1 Learning Activities
Learn how to install a service mesh and integrate this with K8s Ingress
Learn how a service mesh assists with service-to-service traffic reliability, observability, and security
Explore Linkerd's vizualization and debugging features
Understand the concepts (and challenges) with multi-cluster communications
Submit answers to weekly challenges by Friday, August 27 at 5pm PDT to qualify for weekly prize drawings.
- Install Linkerd, Linkerd Viz, and Emojivoto on a Kubernetes cluster
- Connect Emissary to Linkerd and observe traffic to your application
- Linkerd Getting Started Guide
- Ingress Traffic and Linkerd
- Emissary Service Routing and Discovery
- Emissary Quick Start Guide
- Installing Emissary-ingress with the Linkerd service mesh
- Introduction to the service mesh—the easy way
- The Service Mesh: What Every Software Engineer Needs to Know about the World's Most Over-Hyped Technology
After completing the readings, answer the following questions. Submitting the challenge will automatically qualify you for the weekly UberEats voucher, along with $250 worth of Buoyant Cloud credits!