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What is Istio operator?
Istio, Service Mesh

What is Istio operator?

For a long time, the primary tools for installing, upgrading, and managing Istio installations were Helm and Kubernetes CLI. Later, Istio 1.4 introduced a new method of installing Istio using the Istio CLI. 

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Istio, Service Mesh

Discovery selectors in Istio 1.10

Discovery selectors were one of the new features introduced in Istio 1.10. Discovery selectors allow us to control which namespaces Istio control plane watches and sends configuration updates for. By default, the Istio control plane watches and processes updates for all Kubernetes resources in a cluster. Istio configures Envoy proxies in the mesh to reach every workload in the mesh and accept traffic on all ports associated with the workloads.

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istio-certification
Announcements, Istio, Open Source, Service Mesh, Tetrate

Tetrate launches Industry-first exam for Certified Istio Administrator

Enterprises are increasing their investments in digital transformation and in hiring the right talent to accelerate the journey. According to the 2020 open source jobs report from Linux Foundation, 52% of hiring managers are more likely to hire someone with a certification, up from 47% two years ago. Not so surprisingly, 93% of hiring managers report difficulty finding sufficient talent. Tetrate today announced the public availability of its exam for Certified Istio Administrator by Tetrate (CIAT) that evaluates skill, knowledge, and ability to perform Istio service mesh installation and configuration as well as configure traffic management, resilience and fault injection, and use security features of the Istio service mesh. This follows the February launch of the free training and certification course on Istio Fundamentals. Over 600 IT professionals have taken the training since then.  

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Case studies, Istio

How NetEase Qingzhou Enables Microservices Architecture Evolution with Istio

Author Fei Pei is a senior architect at NetEase Qingzhou.

In a company with diverse internet businesses like NetEase, each business has its own unique choice of microservices tech stack and system architecture based on their business nature and team composition. While this might seem harmless at the initial stage of business development, as the businesses grow, the business scale, level of complexity, and team composition will vary.

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