I was in Istanbul for nearly a week in a business trip. It was a very great trip : very rich cultural city, delicious food and very nice views 🤩
اليوم باش نكتب post لاول مرة بالدارجة التونسية باش الكلام الكل يكون amical وموش formel.. 😁
الstage وما أدراك من الstage من أكبر المعضلات اللي تقابل أي طالب مهما كان اختصاصو والا diplome متاعو.. قبل كان ماشي في بالي اللي كان الLMD تاعبين باش يلقو stage.. أما كيف دخلت للحياة المهنية، عرفت اللي حتى طلبة الهندسة باش يدبرو stage حالتهم متعبة أصل..
I attended the Microsoft OpenHack Kafka from the 3rd to the 5th of June in London. I had some free time to do a small visit to the City. As always, my Lumix G7 was travelling with me 😆
The first day, when I just arrived, I wanted to visit the Big Ben and the Palace of Westminster. Unfortunately, the Big Ben is under maintenance. I couldn’t see it 😭😭 But, I could the chance to shoot the 🇺🇸 US Marine One ! 🤩🤩
What is Istio?
Google presents Istio as an open platform to connect, monitor, and secure microservices.
Istio is a service mesh implementation that provides many cloud-native capabilities like:
- Traffic management: Service Discovery, Load balancing, Failure recovery, A/B testing, Canary releases, etc…
- Observability: Request Tracing, Metrics, Monitoring, Auditing, Logging, etc…
- Security: ACLs, Access control, Rate limiting, End-to-end authentication, etc…
Istio delivers all these great features without any changes to the code of the microservices running with it on the same Kubernetes cluster.
In our case, we already implemented many of these features and capabilities when we were writing our microservices. If we had Istio at the beginning, we could save so much effort and time, by delegating all of these capabilities to Istio.