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Istio in Action

Christian E. Posta and Rinor Maloku
  • MEAP began September 2018
  • Publication in Fall 2021 (estimated)
  • ISBN 9781617295829
  • 375 pages (estimated)
  • printed in black & white

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The definitive guide to understand Istio and when it's worth using it.

Andrea Cosentino
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Many enterprise applications intertwine code that defines an app’s behavior with code that defines its network communication and other non-functional concerns. The “service mesh” pattern, implemented by platforms like Istio, helps you push operational issues into the infrastructure so the application code is easier to understand, maintain, and adapt. Istio in Action teaches you how to implement a full-featured Istio-based service mesh to manage a microservices application. With the skills you learn in this comprehensive tutorial, you’ll be able to delegate the complex infrastructure of your cloud-native applications to Istio!

about the technology

Cloud-native applications can include thousands of clustered containers, distributed components, and complex interactions. To build them effectively, developers need a new approach to infrastructural concerns like monitoring, storage, scaling, orchestration, and security. The Istio platform offers a configurable infrastructure layer called a service mesh that reliably and efficiently manages day-to-day concerns like service discovery, load balancing, encryption, authentication and authorization, circuit breakers, and more. Open source and cloud-ready, Istio is a welcome upgrade from manually managed microservices infrastructure.

about the book

Istio in Action is a comprehensive guide to handling authentication, routing, retrying, load balancing, collecting data, security, and other common network-related tasks using the Istio service mesh platform. With author Christian Posta’s expert guidance, you’ll experiment with a basic service mesh as you explore the features of Envoy, Istio’s service proxy. With helpful diagrams and hands-on examples, you’ll learn how to use this open-source service mesh to control routing, secure container applications, and monitor network traffic. You’ll also bring Istio to legacy systems without changes to your applications and discover how to use Istio in a multi-cloud world with the data layer deployed on a cluster like Kubernetes.

what's inside

  • Using Istio Pilot to configure service proxies
  • Features of the Envoy service proxy
  • Monitoring network traffic with Prometheus and Grafana
  • Applying Istio to legacy systems with no application changes
  • Using Istio with the data plane deployed on a cluster like Kubernetes

about the reader

For enterprise programmers familiar with containers, microservices, cloud deployment platforms, and text markup languages.

about the author

Christian Posta is a Chief Architect of cloud applications at Red Hat, an author, a blogger, a speaker, and an open-source enthusiast and committer. He also puts his expertise to good use helping companies deploy their enterprise systems and microservices.

Rinor Maloku is a software and DevOps engineer working at Red Hat. As a member of the Platform-as-a-Service team, he builds middleware software ensuring the high-availability, resiliency, and scalability of customer-facing apps. Prior to that, he consulted multiple DAX 30 member companies in their endeavour to utilise the full potential of cloud computing and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation technologies.

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If you are looking for how to setup and use Istio, this is the book for you.

Michael J. Haller

The perfect blend of how and why.

Morgan Nelson

Istio: how to use it, when to use it, what it is, and most importantly, what it is not.

Andrea Tarocchi

Provides detailed information on an exciting technology with a ton of real-world examples. The authors walk readers through a difficult subject with ease. Highly recommended.

Morgan Nelson

A thorough treatment of Istio with excellent examples you can reproduce. I learnt a lot about Service Mesh, its "raison d'etre", and Istio's capabilities. Excellent resource!

Michael Bright
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