eBPF with Thomas Graf
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eBPF stands for “extended Berkeley Packet Filter” and is a technology that allows developers to write and run highly efficient and secure programs that can analyze and modify data packets as they move through a system. eBPF programs can be used for a wide range of purposes, including network monitoring, security, and performance optimization.
Thomas Graf is the CTO & Co-Founder at Isovalent and he joins us today.
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Microservices have transformed software. If your organization hasn’t transitioned into using them , there’s a good chance it will in the future. There are a lot of complex aspects to consider as part of that: portability, automation, security, and observability to name a few.
To get ready, start by signing up for Microservices March – a free event hosted by our friends at NGINX. The program is a 4-week series of demos and labs that teach the fundamentals of microservices and how to deliver them successfully.
This event is great because the training is all self-paced and flexible: You can choose the bits and pieces you want to spend time on, and do it on your own schedule.
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