Dean Lewis, Isovalent
About the speakerDean Lewis

Dean Lewis is a Senior Technical Marketing Engineer at Isovalent - the company behind the open-source cloud native solution Cilium. Dean had a varied background working in the technology fields, from support to operations to architectural design and delivery at IT Solutions Providers based in the UK, before moving to VMware and focusing on cloud management and cloud native, which remains as his primary focus. You can find Dean in the past and present speaking at various Technology User Groups and Industry Conferences, as well as his personal blog.

Cilium Hubble CLI Walkthrough

[16:00] In this video we give you a deep dive of using the Cilium Hubble CLI, looking at how to filter and view specific flows of data, as well as exporting and importing your chosen workload flows between systems.

In this video we give you a deep dive of using the Cilium Hubble CLI, looking at how to filter and view specific flows of data, as well as exporting and importing your chosen workload flows between systems.

You can follow this blog post for a full run down including a Hubble CLI Cheat Sheet.

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