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Seattle, WA
December 10–13, 2018
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Thursday, December 13 • 10:50am - 11:25am
Deep Dive: Network Service Mesh BoF - Ed Warnicke, Cisco & Frederick F. Kautz IV, Red Hat

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In this talk, you will learn about some of the Advanced Network Application Design Patterns that Network Service Mesh enables. Network Service Mesh (NSM) is a novel approach solving complicated L2/L3 use cases in Kubernetes that are tricky to address with the existing Kubernetes Network Model. Inspired by Istio, Network Service Mesh maps the concept of a service mesh to L2/L3 payloads. The NSM architecture can be naturally extended to allow interaction of the NSM with the physical network enabling cloud providers to offer value-add services like: Connecting a customers Pod(s) to a network egress specific to that customer Introspecting the Network Service Mesh control messaging to adapt the physical network to serve customer needs better. Allowing customers to request specific physical network services. The NSM community has developed several design patterns for solving problems in K8s that may be of utility to others working in other problem domains in K8s. This talk discusses those design patterns and their benefits.

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Frederick F. Kautz IV

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Frederick Kautz is a Principal Software Engineer in the Office of Technology at Red Hat where he focuses on improving the overall state of container networking and container+SDN integration. Frederick is an active contributor to the Network Service Mesh project which is helping bring... Read More →
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Ed Warnicke

Ed Warnicke, Cisco
Ask Ed about Network Service Mesh and Cloud-native NFV. | | Ed has been working for over a decade in many areas of networking and Open Source. He has been a member of the OpenDaylight TSC since its inception, is a prolific contributor of code to multiple ODL projects and is the TSC... Read More →


Thursday December 13, 2018 10:50am - 11:25am
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