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Friday, November 20 • 4:00pm - 4:35pm
Virtual Application Networks for Cloud Native Applications - Ted Ross, Red Hat

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The Internet is built for client-server architectures. Cloud-native software needs better abstractions for service interconnect. Learn about Virtual Application Networks (VANs) and how they advance the capabilities of cloud-native applications. Identify and access services deployed in remote clusters, balance workload across clusters, and multicast across clusters. Create multi-cluster networks where private and edge networks are involved, IP subnetworks overlap, and topology is redundant. In this session, we will introduce the Skupper project as a VAN implementation. We will then demonstrate how a VAN can be stood up by a non-privileged developer and how it solves many vexing multi-cluster communications problems. The demonstration will involve a multi-cluster network, in a redundant but not full-mesh topology, running an HTTP-based application in both public and private data centers.

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Ted Ross

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Ted Ross has been with Red Hat Engineering since 2007 working on messaging products like MRG and A-MQ. He is currently working on the Skupper project. His background is in embedded systems and Networking. One of his primary interests is in bringing the performance, scale, and reliability... Read More →

Friday November 20, 2020 4:00pm - 4:35pm EST
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