Simplify Kubernetes operations with Cilium Ingress: Hands-On workshop for Platform Operators

Are you a platform operator looking to simplify your Kubernetes traffic management and improve cluster operations? Join our follow-up workshop, tailored for Kubernetes practitioners, and delve into the powerful capabilities of Cilium’s Service Mesh and Ingress Controller.

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  • August 22

    5PM CEST | 8:00 AM PST (1,5 hours)


Learn about Cilium Ingress now - and be ready for future challenges

In this session, we’ll provide an overview of Service Mesh and Ingress, focusing on the unique advantages of using Cilium. The hands-on lab will guide you through practical scenarios, showcasing how Cilium’s ingress controller can enhance your Kubernetes environment. You’ll learn to implement resilient service communication, manage L7 traffic with ease, and leverage the observability features built into Cilium to improve insights and help with troubleshooting.

Key takeaways include:

  • Understanding the benefits of Cilium Ingress for resilient connectivity, L7 traffic management, and identity-based security.
  • Learning how to utilize Cilium’s Hubble to gain insights with advanced observability to monitor application communication.
  • Acquiring practical knowledge to improve your cluster operations, traffic management, and troubleshooting.

By the end of this workshop, you’ll be equipped with the skills to identify how Cilium can address your ingress challenges and enhance your Kubernetes platform. Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your expertise, register now to secure your spot!

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