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Dynamic Service Graph | Tigera - Long

Downtime is expensive and applications are a challenge to troubleshoot across a dynamic, distributed environment consisting of Kubernetes clusters. While development teams and service owners typically understand the microservices they are deploying, it’s often difficult to get a complete, shared view of dependencies and how all the services are communicating with each other across a cluster. Limited observability makes it extremely difficult to troubleshoot end-to-end connectivity issues which can impact application deployment.

Application Layer Observability | Tigera - Long

The majority of operational problems inherent to deploying microservices in a distributed architecture are linked to two areas: networking and observability. At the application layer (Layer 7), the need to understand all aspects associated with service-to-service communication within the cluster becomes paramount. Service-to-service network traffic at this layer is often using HTTP. DevOps teams struggle with these questions: Where is monitoring needed? How can I understand the impact of issues and effectively troubleshoot? And how can I effectively protect application-layer data?

DNS Dashboard | Tigera - Long

While it’s an essential part of Kubernetes, DNS is also a common source of outages and issues in Kubernetes clusters. Debugging and troubleshooting DNS issues in Kubernetes environments is not a trivial task given the limited amount of information Kubernetes provides for DNS queries. The DNS Dashboard in Calico Enterprise and Calico CLoud helps Kubernetes teams more quickly confirm or eliminate DNS as the root cause for microservice and application connectivity issues.

Protecting Against the Unpatched Kubernetes Vulnerability (CVE-2020-8554)

CVE-2020-8554 is a vulnerability that allows Kubernetes Services to intercept cluster traffic to any IP address. Users who can manage services can exploit the vulnerability to carry out man-in-the-middle (MITM) attacks against pods and nodes in the cluster. All Kubernetes versions including the latest release (v1.20) are vulnerable to this attack. If your cluster is multi-tenant, or allows unprivileged users to create and update services, you are impacted.

Calico Enterprise Multi Cluster Management - Federated Identity and Services

Managing multiple Kubernetes clusters can become time consuming and complex. Calico Enterprise can help with built in multi-cluster management capabilities to simplify deployment and ongoing operations, including securing interactions between the clusters, and providing cross-cluster service discovery.

Enterprise Security Controls for Kubernetes

In this talk, we will explore how to meet common enterprise security control needs when running Kubernetes. We will look at a range of common enterprise security needs and how you can meet these with standard Kubernetes primitives and open source projects such as Calico, or take it a step further with the additional features of Calico Enterprise.

AWS Quickstart for Calico

At Tigera, we’re excited that our two leading Kubernetes solutions, Calico and Calico Enterprise, are now available as AWS Quickstarts. Everything you need to take advantage of Calico and Calico Enterprise is installed and configured in your EKS cluster, enabling you to immediately take advantage of a full set of Kubernetes security, observability and networking features. In this fireside chat, you will learn about the value of using Calico with EKS in a Quickstart Kubernetes environment, including.