Cilium Workshop with Isovalent and Piros - Leuven, Belgium
Join the team from Isovalent and Piros for an instructor led hands-on workshop around Cilium and Service Mesh.
- Tuesday, September 5
14:00-17:15 CETPIROSGaston Geenslaan 14B1
Meet us in Leuven, Belgium to network and learn together with your local Cilium community
Registration & sandwich lunch
Introduction by Piros
Introduction to Cilium by Isovalent
Cilium – eBPF Powered Networking, Security & Observability
Cilium is the next generation, eBPF powered open-source Cloud Native Networking solution, providing security, observability, scalability, and superior performance. Cilium has joined the CNCF as an incubating project.
In this session, you’ll discover how Cilium with eBPF provides superior performance while providing identity and application aware security and visibility for your Cloud-Native Workloads. Learn how you can leverage Cilium Cluster Mesh for providing connectivity for load-balancing, observability and security between nodes across multiple clusters, enabling simple, high-performance cross-cluster connectivity. And finally, learn how eBPF streamlines Service Mesh implementations while eliminating the sidecar problem.
Lab 1: Getting Started with Cilium
In this lab, we provide you a fully fledged Cilium installation on a small cluster, together with a few challenges to solve. See yourself how Cilium works, and how it can help you securing your moon-sized battlestation in a “Star Wars”-inspired challenge.
Lab 2: Cilium Ingress Controller
Cilium Service Mesh features eBPF-powered connectivity, traffic management, security and observability. In this lab, you will learn how you can use Cilium to deploy Ingress, as well as EnvoyConfig resources to dynamically configure the Envoy proxy provided with the Cilium agent. And all of the above without any Envoy sidecar injection into your pods!
Ending with beer, pizza and networking
Cilium in Action: Real-world Use Cases and Challenges
Learn how customers put Cilium to use with Raymond de Jong, Field CTO at Isovalent.