Join the Flux7 DevOps team as we host HashiCorp co-founder and CTO, Armon Dadgar, on Thursday, August 30th in Austin, TX. Armon will present how to use Consul Connect to secure service-to-service communication.
Modern application architectures are embracing public clouds, microservices, and container schedulers like Kubernetes and Nomad. These bring complex service-to-service communication patterns, increased scale, dynamic IP addresses, ephemeral infrastructure, and higher failure rates. All of which drive the need for a new approach to service discovery, configuration, and segmentation. In this presentation, Armon will cover these challenges and how to solve them with Consul.
Specifically he will cover:
- Service discovery - enables services to find and communicate with each other;
- Service configuration - allows dynamic application configuration at runtime;
- Service segmentations - secures microservices architectures by limiting access;
- Consul as provider of service mesh.
When: Thursday, August 30th 6:00 - 8:00 pm
4516 Seton Center Pkwy #300, Austin, TX 78759
For more information and to reserve your spot: https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/Austin-HashiCorp-User-Group/events/253348331/
Can’t make it, but interested in additional Consul-related resources? Check out our DevOps blog coverage:
- Flux7 Take: HashiCorp News & DevOps Best Practices
- AWS Service Discovery: Facilitating Connections in a Dynamic World
- AWS ECS and Vault Paired for AWS HIPAA Compliant Secret Management
- Flux7 SmartStart Eases Vault Technology Adoption for Payment System Provider