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Citrix Synergy Atlanta 2019
May 21 2019, Atlanta, GA, United States
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I am a hand-on, results oriented & customer-centric marketing leader with passion for growing the business & shaping the market. My expertise spans strategy, positioning, content, awareness, demand generation and sales enablement. I have rich experience across startup, mid-size and large companies. I bring strategic thinking, analytical skills, creativity and technical depth together.
Product Management professional with experience of conceptualizing and delivering enterprise & consumer internet products. Currently managing Citrix's core ADC (application delivery controller) product for multi & hybrid cloud use cases.

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IT transformation, cloud, and new application development technologies are changing the face of application delivery. Come learn how Citrix ADC is innovating to guide you through managing your new cloud-native application infrastructure.Note: This session will be available for on-demand viewing post-event on Citrix Synergy TV.

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Okay. I hope you're having a good Synergy text Kickstart to the Citrix networking sessions with 00:04 a trend that is fast catching up with a lot of organizations, which is called cloud-native applications. And they're going to talk about this new ship 00:13 in the sea and VY or medicines are moving toward State and where the CDC play a role in this part of the management team and with me. 00:21 We have a bunk bed futon with senior director from the product marketing team. So headed to brief the screamer about the 00:31

timelines of some of the features that we're going to talk about. This is very futuristic fish and a very fast evolving area. So we want to 00:41 make sure that the time lines are looking for the time. It's a little bit fluid hair. So the agenda is split into four 00:51 sections the first two are there. I'll set up the context of what cloud-native applications are. What are the reasons Americans are moving. 01:01 Why are the Reason by the organization's moving towards cloud-native applications? And then what are the challenges that the face when they move from 01:10

The Bachelor Farmer development and environment to the production rent in the next 2 Section packages going to talk about how ctctc false tooth 01:19 problems. And this is based on our experience with a lot of customers who have started to take this journey of cloud-native applications. 01:29 So since this is a key part of speech is not working strategy. We have a bunch of other sessions plant around cloud-native 01:39 Deep dive of our Solutions. This is a basic session of the 116 01:48

session is where one of our customers will be going. I will be coming in talking A holiday event cloud with the help of static Solutions and then 01:57 they're a bunch of interesting or demo boot videos that are available. I encourage you to go in the Des Moines area and check out the house at Exodus 02:06 is falling cloud-native problems. If you like anything in the session, please do a tweet about it status energy status networking in kubernetes 02:15 hashtags. First start with understanding what cloud-native applications are why organizations are moving towards it and what are the challenges 02:25

that medicine space when they have to move towards Cloud native applications. Let's start with an example that say you are building an e-commerce 02:34 application of typically, you build it like a three-tier architecture. So you'll have the web player the application layer and then the UW Slayer I 02:43 need the application layer magic. You will have your all the cold and the business logic running in there. For example, you have different end running 02:53 bad B20 service catalog Service shipping Services sector have been building applications of You will choose a 03:03

application framework Java or python Django and then you will build an application like this and once you have to deploy this application 03:13 You choose washing machines are bare metal servers are on on cloud horizontal scale is application. But 03:23 typically what happens is you have a ATC on front of it, which does essential features like you're 03:31 balancing or tails for floor or you optimize dl3287 networking policy so that the traffic is going to the right place and it has the most top to my 03:41

shopping. So this is how we roll This is how monolithic applications have been built in now and example 03:50 If you make a change to the billing model, then you have to repackage a rule application and Development Across the whole introduction and if you made 04:00 a mistake or if you introduce a bug in that building more than have to roll back all the way and then you have to fix a patch or so 04:10 that the that the effect of that bag is not widespread. The second thing is that you have to be very picky about the intersection that you're choosing 04:20

between intensive and some applications are heavy which which is a u intensive. 04:30 Do you have to choose the BM all the Batman 2 server, which is best of both world. Which means that you are sometimes going to be using a 04:39 intersection which has oversized for application and then if you have the skill to forecast what is going to be on demand in the 04:49 near to manually scale the application? The world has a lot of power thinking of relationship started moving towards 04:58

Microsoft Spartan. How many fewer to microservices Parton? Have you deployed Microsoft quick show of 05:08 hands 05:18 Mike in 05:19 microservices. What happens is that when we were talking about different models each team will build their own application 05:29 independently, for example, the shipping T-Mobile in Raintree Team all the account service team. They will be responsible for building their own 05:38 application logic as a separate module programming language in your articles are in Java 05:45

and the case of the Frantic would be no GS and organizations are free to use different teams in different coding stock text at 4. Individual 05:55 Individual Services that died building 06:05 communication between these microservices 06:08 is adhering to certain policies for example the format of the recipe I should be falling apart Igloo schema. Our next 06:18 meeting policies all be authentication policy should be applied. Did they are present in the EPA Gateway? And once you have to deploy these 06:27

microservices, you typically contains rice these applications and deployed on a container orchestration platform light kubernetes what 06:37 happens in each team, as you can see here will be deploying it according to their sizing needs. 06:47 So if you're running a marketing campaign and you expect a lot of traffic to come so you can scale up the front end and the scaling of the back end of 06:56 the feeling of the billing payment can maybe disproportionate to that exist in this world the ATC place a different role 07:06

there to two levels. When you have a disease the fastest within the community Special II it outside Lagunitas cluster B agencies inside. The cabinet 07:16 is cluster typically are given to individual teams so that they can apply their own policies apply their own Logic for how traffic is. In 07:25 between different Micah Celsius and the ATC that is outside. The Earth is given to the traditional i p i t operations on a twerking team so that you 07:35 can apply the organization-wide security undercoating policies. the 07:44

advantages of this the advantages of this type of methodology is that you are doing continuous delivery, which means that if you have to make a change 07:53 in the building model then only that change can go live in the next one or two weeks without impacting all the other microservices 08:02 and if you make a mistake and then it is easy to roll back that without affecting the other bits. And you can also you're also free to deploy 08:11 everything Olivia free to choose your own text tag, and also the infrastructure stocks of an example of your 08:21

data data modeling model could be deciding on a cloud and this is something which has to do with more 08:28 security is unplanned different infrastructure for different scaling requirements, and these 08:38 things are discovered in the Microsoft store. This is a quick primer of what was the difference between moonless and microservices application? And 08:48 this is at the heart of the ocean that is going on in the industry. But a lot of organizations who warned to handle web-scale traffic 08:58

from the lights Netflix applications, which are 09:07 handling a lot of traffic. So these are the building blocks for cloud-native applications forces there motorized they're working as 09:16 the Microsoft Surface. The second is that they are containerized and they are deployed on the container orchestration platform like when it is and 09:26 what does is essentially there to tell us that this is my desired State and whenever there's a change from the desired State the Covenant is 09:34

apis try to converge two words that design shirts with there's any chance of letting you have what? How to go to your thing that the building model 09:44 search should always have hundred parts 99 Parts Milton make sure that the hundred part comes up on its own so you are not manually 09:53 wanted to bring that this particular instance has gone down now is the time to bring another backup instance of that is the job of that all of this is 10:02 done through devops and by the person or persons Steemer coming together. The finals between the extremes are removed and 10:12

all the process from writing the code to the time it hits the production is ought to make it so you have any automated cicd pipeline. So that 10:21 just changes can move to the production and if you can reach to the customers quickly Turn. According to Gartner 10:31 survey more than 3/4 of the Nations have a plan to move toward containerized microservices applications in the next three years 10:41 and the basic need is that you have to deliver good solution stable Solutions Foster the customers. 10:50

How many of you have heard about cncf Cloud native Computing Foundation? Yeah, I see some 11:02 Lego friends part of the Linux Foundation where a lot of organizations 11:12 have come towards building cloud computing projects that help you in building cloud-native applications 11:21 cncf Solutions light Link Rd real estate still and 11:29 Prometheus. Grafana. What's in thieves is that they will help you in building cloud-native applications 11:38 by building microservices using containers and automated orchestrated. This is all technology. But 11:48

why do you really need this so that you can build great products Foster 11:58 Foster to the market and this is when we see a lot of our customers also 12:03 having the desired having the cinder road map that they want to be cloud-native. They want to ship out good products high-quality products that 12:12 automatically scale and the one to deliver the changes they want to have a faster time-to-market. Whenever you are working on any 12:20 new Journey rendered going to be challenges and the next section is going to talk about what challenges organizations face when they move to Cloud 12:30

native applications. So these are the different stakeholders in the cloud native ecosystem to be going to touch base about 12:39 what is the key responsibilities of each of the stick welder? And then I'm going to give it to punkish will tell you about six different solutions 12:49 that help the needs of individual participant. How many of you can how many of you are among the sticklers? 12:59 I think do the smallpox and I think people are reluctant to raise their hands 13:18

turn off each of these stakeholders and then we'll go deep 13:26 into a solution to that. You can relate which solution is useful for which parts of an example you have the admin who is the governor decide 13:36 where he is responsible for figuring out the light when it is distribution and right infrastructure that his organization needs and we're 13:46 going to have a couple of folks from the industry in the Synergy 116 session were going to talk about their experience that they are the community. 13:56

What is it that they're looking for from a platform like Celtics? Then the next Thursday wsj 14:05 guys were actually trying to business logic and Beyond if you are next in the 14:15 last 10 years only to fold them, you know that the way to write an application says Cloud first, but then we just started 14:25 1500 big advantages of cloud notification to how do you make great legacy applications from from your traditional moonlit 14:35 to microservices without breaking the code right away when you have the title liability Engineers, these are people who are actively looking at the 14:45

health of your Microsoft Azure health of the overall system. And if there is an issue, then they have to report it to the right and they have to make 14:55 sure that the system is working fine all the time who are responsible for making sure that the north-south and East-West traffic is 15:02 sicker than also. How big is the coffee that comes from an customer to the covid-19 cluster east west traffic is the communication between 15:12 microservices so they have to make sure that all of this traffic is secure and we have the devops whose responsibility is to make sure that the 15:18

solution application that you are delivering is going to the end customers Foster know about these 15:27 different stakeholders. I would like fungus to come and talk about the solutions at your building for all of these stakeholders. Thank you Google for 15:37 wonderful insight about microservices. Many of the companies are moving towards microservices 15:44 base application, which are also called as cloud-native that buildup on containers and kubernetes for Primal three reasons Fosters that 15:54

they want agility in their development. The biggest biggest benefit of customers who are considering cloud-native applications are microservices best 16:04 application that ability to schedule the application on a Black Friday you 16:13 expect a lot of traffic a lot of traffic means that you're one of the model which could be the credit card processing or the 16:23 card which customers used to pick up the merchandise that has blue skin. Dynamically based on the how many customers are using salmon is in 16:33

monolithic applications. You cannot do that in the benefit of the microservices Waze application that if more customers are coming. Hang in there 16:42 using bigger cards are they are using more credit card transaction does microservices which may be running your card application card 16:51 micro service or credit card processing. They can replicate automatically. So you really offer it better to scale and when the traffic 17:01 becomes last after the Black Friday, you can still run those instances buttered match last number of capacity or much less 17:10

number of instances. So that's a whole driver for microservices based application companies like Netflix and others have a 17:20 few set of 800 and 900 microservices another big benefit of microservices that you can use this microservices because now your 17:29 applications are motorized to bring new applications pretty quickly. So in the whole company you build that one credit card processing engine and that 17:39 microservice can be used for five different products. Offer that service driver for microservices Bay's application in PlayStation will not 17:48

be able to cover a lot of it but one glimpse of the breath and the depth to which you have to be aware of that and Citrix is kind of a Pioneer in this 17:58 is space in a forward moving the area of microservices Base application application delivery for microservices based 18:07 applications are five things. You have to consider the application delivery for microwave Services application is little bit different from your 18:17 tradition of PPL web applications because you have any additional complexity of microservices how they communicate between the what is the Wright 18:26

architecture and when I talk to the customers see the finest actors that befall oh and this is a great blueprint for you to consider that when you 18:35 want to deliver microservices base application through application delivery controller. What are the five steps? Choosing the right solution for you. 18:44 First and foremost is that picking the right architecture many of the company's already cloud-native experts and some of them are no wise. 18:52 What is the Wright architecture approach? Would you have and we're going to look at some of the architectural approach which we offered and pros and 19:02

cons of that second piece is this is for my tighty Organization for the company the next few days. We should really look at this 19:09 that doesn't work with your tools because you don't want to read when the new to us if we are already using a DM can I integrate with that or you are 19:19 embracing and extending the open-source? What is your Preferred Choice of the open-source to land? Can you integrate with them? So we going to talk 19:29 about some of the choices of Open Source tools? Which me, how is the performance in his cage? Because you're building these applications for 19:36

performance in his solution or application delivery controller solution really have a performance. And it has a very very unique conception because 19:44 we are all these instances are running. Dynamically, they come up and die. So you have to be pretty responsive to run the multiple microservices. The 19:54 weather is in Spanish. So that's the reason the performance and is kale really comes. It doesn't integrate with the right 20:02 tools, which I want to use card. I look at does it have the right performance in his kid and the fourth grade would you look at that? How do I make 20:12

this microservices Waze application secure? And the last piece which is very dear to every artist it organization. How do I 20:21 troubleshoot things faster? How do I get the analytics from customers all the time? And this is also the floor the first to 20:31 look at architecture big the right architecture pick your tools. Look at the right product, which has the performance in the scale. Make sure that you 20:41 are making the right application and API security choices and you have the tools to make it sure that you troubleshoot things faster and have the 20:49

actionable inside Citrix helps you for each one of them. This is my most favorite child. To be honest with their shows you that what 20:58 are the four architectural choices with you have and they are plotted into 2 scale in the bottom. You see the complexity on the vertical axis. You see 21:08 the benefit the first one is to tear in right? So basically you have a 180 C outside environment, which is taking care of all the Ingress 21:18 and then you'll have a 180 see inside your kubernetes environment. This is the most prominent environment or architecture which we are seeing in the 21:28

customers. The reason for that it is the simplest to deploy and easy to deploy and we'll go into the detail. If you have a demo steam who are more it 21:37 is he friendly or they understand technology. They've done the unified in Christ and most of the deployments the current for microservices base 21:47 architectures or driven by to tip in race, especially the cloud native 21:57 experts moving to watch service mesh, and we offer two choices service Match Light, which is much easier to deploy then the 22:07

full service might but give to the very similar benefits of the full show of this mess. We have to pick and choose that which architecture you want to 22:16 use you want to start with the simple 2 tier Ingress or if you have a very strong as friends about understanding of the cloud native architectures 22:25 microservices. You are embracing already lot of Open Source tools and fully understand service match and you I 22:35 live in the complexity, but also want a lot of benefits associated with that. Then you choose the service mesh architecture. So that's the very simple 22:45

way of looking the four different architectural and these kind of Architectural Hardware in the basic. Tgr web applications, 22:53 when you move into the kubernetes environment or microservices, you have to pick the right architecture with mutual business technology and 23:03 organizations. Technology is strength. Let's look at it one little bit on more detail 23:11 Solutions the benefit of both of them easy to deploy on the left hand side. You see the Citrix ABC on the 23:19

top and then actually managed by the networking team and almost every it organization has a networking thing with managing a deceased currently and 23:29 they continue to manage that ABC's who are responsible for Although building the 23:38 kubernetes environment and application developers who wants to propose that how policy should be there for interview? Kubernetes 23:48 or enter a container involvement that the second piece with you see the Citrix CPX. So we introduce Citrix CPS, which is the ATC which runs like in 23:58

container and it can be managed by the kubernetes environment and that actually handles the sum of the communication for this for a container 24:07 Sia the quickest production. You still keep the two administrative control. The north part is 24:17 managed by your existing networking team and the newer kubernetes team can man is the citric CPX. but 24:27 if you have a devops team who is very It's smart and really understand the ADC technology very well. You can come by and bought 24:39

the functions into that. We have not seen many deployments in that but most of the customers which we see are really really embarrassing to do you 24:49 have increased because it helps them to deploy applications pretty quickly also have consistence policy for Ingress across 24:56 traditional applications as well as the new applications. Bremerton field 25:05 service match the service matches. Basically you have multiple containers each is running the individual microservices and you manage 25:14

and speed of the traffic between them more closely. And that is a left in part which you see that he does citric CPX here is 25:24 putting the policies traffic is doing security policies between the containers and he speaks to another container container by 25:34 them self and the citric CPS in a DC have a visibility of every container. The visibility of containers containers are microservices 25:44 come and go they can we spin out for a spin down based on their specific got a traffic law need-based basics. 25:53

The most amazing architecture which has stopped up the Talk of the Town is the service match. In Service Metro to do that you take 26:04 the individual part, which is a collection of containers. Can you put a ABC and Minnie are they say, which is Citrix CPX as a 26:13 sidecar? But instead of each container of each party speaking to each other complication is handled by your side car 26:23 and this week. We announce the citric CPX as a sidecar option. So what is the benefit of having The Eccentric CPX as a sidecar the 26:33

benefit is that now every communication between any of the microservices is going through the CPS start Citrix ATC that means you have 26:42 an unparalleled service. Let's say you have a credit 26:52 card processing part. You do not want that credit card processing microservice, please speak to any of the partners microservices. 27:02 So you can put a very detailed a security policy for that. It also gives you a great analytics engine 27:14 option is the reprise most of the time that's A1 Services trying to talk to another service and it doesn't get 27:21

a response in time. So you have to build a tendency into each of the microservices application that means replicating this reliability of redundancy 27:31 into each application for read rights. All those things can be offloaded to the sidecar. There's a piece of white paper. You will 27:41 find we are also going to publish pretty soon more insights into that but that's the most emerging architecture and we feel that we are the Shackleton 27:51 by bringing the new The closest to the market pretty quickly the choice is yours. Which one do you want to reply if you want to start with a very 27:59

simple one get your fat with that start with the two tears in breast. But if you think you are already cloud-native expert you have 28:09 experimented enough with the cloud native application microservices kubernetes, you really building a hyperscale environment. Do you need a very 28:18 strong security very deep analytics. The service manager is the price for you the good news. You have an option to select any 28:27 one of them based on your business name as well as the clothes in it. Second step when you consider is that how do 28:37

I integrate with the tools of my choice open source community and the cncf is really bringing a big set of the open source 28:47 tools. Is the promethazine grafana brings all the Telemetry from the 28:56 multiple site of sidecars or multiple containers for the parts for that? And what group does it gives you a grid g y you can build your 29:06 beautiful dashboard and most of the time customers apply for Matheson grafana. And if this is your choice, that's the way to go for prom artisan 29:16

grafana and this week. We are announcing the support and integration of Promethazine. Grafana. Another peculiar should also consider is the 29:24 espinaca when you start applying the best microservices Waze application. The reason you're doing is you 29:34 want to increase the velocity of the deployment you want to move to the continuous deployment continuous delivery and 29:44 allows you to do that cannot be testing. It allows you to the automatic re-evaluation. It also 29:51

allows you to do the progressive from 10% to 100% based on your options are 30:01 Limitless for that. So strongly consider if your choice is to using open-source tool Prometheus grafana 30:11 Spinnaker, and if you need more details about pressing then of course elasticsearch, kibana and zip cancel their 30:21 menu, Another cheap wines with you have to also look at that which Cloud platform you're going to deploy your microservices. 30:31 We support the choice on AWS or Azure or on gcp but if you're considering to deploy in private 30:41

Cloud, we also support her at her at the open shift and listed just a start and you will hear more and more support for open source tool 30:51 more Cloud Management phone for kubernetes and we are really embracing an extending the open-source support for so you can really 31:00 choose the application. You can choose the tools which you really wants to use it. Purposes performance in disc in 31:10 your building this applications microservices base for high performance in high school. You want to make sure that the product which are using as a 31:19

side car or a English proxy? It is billed for microservices. So today I 31:29 want a memory footprint is pretty small. It is compatible to any of the word Pious in the market, but it is designed for high performance 31:39 testing shows that our products for covid-19 for microservices based in Waterman can give you two to four times faster 31:48 response, but not just a response but it's also been for highest scale because in the really really hyperscale microservices business 31:58

applications, you might have tens or hundreds of microservices coming live and then dying down so you'll have to react pretty fast for that. And 32:07 that's a good which we are achieving with supporting hundreds of container Harrison High rate of the states in the high rate of extensions and how 32:17 fast you know, the container is been it's been up for microservices has microservices films has been it's been up his way. ready critical formula 32:26 expenses that a lot about microservices open source tools But 32:37

many of the organizations today have a tier 3 web applications and building the new applications for microservices. 32:47 would like to have a flexibility and ease of managing board types of application delivery with a single-pane-of-glass and that's what the Citrix 32:57 ATM really allows you to manage any ATC on Prime and plowed whether they are delivering tr3 33:07 web applications or they're delivering microservices Waze application. The unit in the in Industry but it gives you 33:16

a lot of flexibility and the benefit of that. You're also trying to make 33:26 your life was simpler because as you I'm sure you realize the last 30 minutes of microservices a pretty complex. 33:35 delivering microservices best application to your customers is equally complex but troubleshooting a super super complex because you have to figure 33:45 out which microservices not performing well for delivering the experience, so that's the reason we are building a location about a boat 33:55

a service Block Base building service glass which are also available for my clothes which are also available for 34:04 TTR web applications also for now microservices based applications and 34:15 give you the education. You can see all different microservices how they connected with each other. You can gain the insides 34:23 about each microservice. What is the truth about? What is the saturation? What is that? But most importantly you can learn the has the score of each 34:32

one of them go to a doctor and doctor gives you a heads the score and has the score. Is it Composite Index, which is based on 34:42 your blood pressure cholesterol your BMI index very similar things you're trying to do with the has the score by looking at all the parameters of 34:52 microservices, then we can tell you that which ones are doing. Well and which ones are not the benefit of data that is easily identified by looking at 35:01 the score on color of the microservices that which ones are probably Are they have a potential to create a travel for you? And with that you can 35:10

detect the animal is that if that's the one you want to see about? The microservices I strongly encourage you never 35:19 bothered to look at the Mike service glass and I'm pretty confident. You will be amazed the Simplicity and however product team has design in those 35:29 applications service glass to be super super into day for you so you can troubleshoot the things faster. 35:39 How about a comprehensive application security with red used for many many years. Now. We are extending to microservices base application with same 35:51

common interface. But what we also adding now is the API protection because all the micro Services is speak to each other through apis and we live in 36:01 the API economy. So we are now going to offer the API production so you can read rate limited apis. You can protect the DDOS list and you 36:11 will hear more and more in the security classes. But if you go with Citrix, you will be confident that you can also protect your not just the 36:21 three tier web application but also the microservices base application to summarize from my side. 36:30

Reasons to consider Citrix for cloud native application delivery first. It's pretty obvious. We give you the phone architectural choices pros and cons 36:39 you can decide which is the right one. Second one is that the feature consistency? I'm sure many of you don't want to learn something from a scratch. 36:49 So having a common cold vs. A crossover apis across of Eddie C's gives us the feature velocity gives you the 36:58 operational consistency, which is a very very critical for when you migrate or transition from CTR web application testing microservices business 37:08

applications. We talked about small memory high-performance been for the scale Integrated Security Service glass 37:18 give you an intuitive troubleshooting. Canary deployment for continuous delivery and with a d and you 37:27 have a single-pane-of-glass across the multiple clouds across on Prime across. TTR web 37:37 applications as well as for microservices. and if you're not heard about my full license in capacity, I strongly recommend to attend some of the 37:47 dishes sessions where you gives you the flexibility to move your license in capacity between a b c form factor and over CPS included 37:57

and the last one is about truservice graph And through a DMV offer value to 38:07 almost every stakeholder. Which Comal talked about. So we're coming back about 5 38:17 friends soon. And I hope you got some sense of what you're doing for all of these stakeholders just to summarize 38:26 for the communities. Admin who is looking for a platform that work or are intersected. Peace, like 82 that works across different 38:35 covid-19 distribution facilities available at Montreux saying it is available in public clouds on Reddit open shift and 38:45

indifferent deployment types for developers who want that any infrastructure 38:53 pieces that are adding into kubernetes also behaves like when it says it isn't so that's why the lightweight CPS nitrate solution is he will be really 39:03 helpful and the other important thing is that since these viruses are talking to each other. So whenever you requested to Amazon.com or any other 39:12 website Play the one and you the request spawns a lot of East-West request and if 39:19

any interest in that microservices communication is something a lot of time then people will discard. So so that's why I be lightweight 39:29 FedEx in DC is going to be really really helpful. It is going to be in to your community and be able to provide lot of operational Simplicity of 39:39 durability metrics into the basic functions, like load balancing until 7ish intersect at the site reliability 39:48 engineer says fungicide service draft, which is our homegrown a visualization tool belt on top of microservices will be really helpful and their 39:58

bunch of Open Source integration that we have done with the tools like Prometheus. Grafana elasticsearch fluently. Logstash. Kibana 40:08 Zipkin what these do is that Since the other thing I just one request is touching a lot of microservices 40:17 two trees. Where is the bottleneck you have to use a dedicated tool that ties in all these microservices request and gives you one single 40:27 pane of glass so that you can figure out where is the bottleneck and remove that button I can do do do troubleshooting and diagnostic software 40:36

applications sensor. The security security service area is now changing 40:43 a lot of because of these microservices East-West communication. So the Security Solutions on all shifting left and up by that. I mean, they're 40:52 shifting towards the development development site other than towards the person who is actually playing it and also the security solution to strip 41:02 shifting towards the application layer site where the L7 Lakeside API Security Solutions are the mutual TLS related 41:11

solutions that I'll be able to detail in the Security Solutions will really help rid of Cyclops in the cloud native ecosystem. And for the devops of 41:21 we are one of the few solutions that can integrate with Pinnacle to send Lloyd of telemetry information about 41:30 networking info about the networking performance of your microservices. So that when you are deploying a new code, you're not just testing it speaker 41:40 connected, but but you are also testing whether this court will do any networking related the problems in the production environment 41:49

that integration is also available in the demo boots and you can check it out. 41:59 So you come back again to the other station so that we have but these are the Deep divers in 2 2-3 the Dubai station in 116 servia going to have a 42:09 customer who's been to talk about the cloud light installation in the journey. They took our to become cloud-native with us a bunch of demo boots. And 42:18 the session is also going to be repeated on the last day Thursday. So if you have any colleagues were interested in cloud-native, then you can do come 42:25

into session to them. I know. Before you leave so we're dropping out before you leave. Please give us some feedback about how the 42:33 session went on the app. you can also read this session on the mobile app, and it's time for some 42:43 questions and tweeting about the session please to eat and if you have any questions You can use the open mic. I will be around 42:53 here for the next 5-10 minutes that you can talk to us, and we do realize there's a lot to cover about cloud-native applications and Michael sarrazin, 43:03

and we wanted to give you the Glen so that wanted really need what what is really needed what service what microservices Biz application what are the 43:12 challenges and consideration? You have to consider when you deploy that and if you want to have a more architectural microservices base application is 43:22 strategy. We are here or about sales person can also help you to get more details about it. Thank you. Thank you for joining. 43:30

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