The rising demand for hard kubernetes multitenancy, either for customers of a SaaS offering or to support disparate internal teams within an organization, coupled with mass adoption of service-meshes (Istio being the more popular of the choices), we are starting to notice a need for supporting multiple meshes within a single Kubernetes cluster.
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If you ever wanted to quickly evaluate service meshes and even run a couple of performace tests, you might want to look into Meshery. Meshery is a multi-service mesh management plane for lifecycle, config and performance management of service meshes.
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This article explains how to build a simple CI using Github Actions. It involves triggering the workflow only on version file changes, parsing the image names and then building, tagging and pushing the images to the Docker registry.
In the past year, I have done multiple workshops on Kubernetes, Istio and cloud-native development. As part of my workshops I usually start with theory and explain the concepts using slides, show some demos, but then it's on you, the participant to try out the technology yourself.