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Troubleshooting microservices on K8S

What’s the best way to troubleshoot an application made up of multiple microservices, distributed across multiple nodes and multiple pods? In this training session we will cover a variety of Kubernetes troubleshooting tips and tricks, and you’ll learn how Calico Enterprise can help provide valuable visibility and reduce troubleshooting time in complex networks of microservices.

Extending Your Fortinet FortiManager to Kubernetes

Tigera and Fortinet have joined forces to solve this operational challenge. With the combination of FortiManager and Calico Enterprise, you gain access control and full visibility into the container environment along with centralized management. In this webinar, you will learn how Calico Enterprise and FortiManager enable you to.

Calico and K8s Network Policies - An Overview and Comparison

In an age where attackers are becoming more and more sophisticated, network security as a line of defense is more important than ever. Network Policy is the primary tool for securing a Kubernetes network. It allows you to easily restrict the network traffic in your cluster so only the traffic that you want to flow is allowed. In this training session, we will go over the core concepts in Kubernetes Network Policies and Calico Network Policies. Compare and contrast between the two models, and highlight when to use one versus the other.

Secure Networking for Openshift

The Kubernetes network model defines a flat network in which pod connectivity is unimpeded, with no restrictions on what traffic is allowed to or from each pod. To make a cluster production ready you need to make this networking secure. Network Policy is the primary tool for doing this and is essential to understand before considering moving a cluster to production.

Getting up and running with Calico on EKS

In this session, we will go over the design considerations and available options to run Calico on EKS. After this session you’ll be able to Understand the available supported options to run Calico on EKS Understand the various design considerations of running scalable EKS clusters with Calico Learn about the value-added capabilities of Calico Enterprise on EKS

Network Policy with GKE

By default, pods are non-isolated; they accept traffic from any source. The Google GKE solution to this security concern is Network Security Policy that lets developers control network access to their services. Google GKE comes configured with Network Security Policy using Project Calico which can be used to secure your clusters. This class will describe a few use cases for network security policy and a live demo implementing each use case.

How to Secure Mixed Linux/Windows Clusters with Calico Policy

Calico is the only cross-platform CNI and Network Policy engine available today and is currently powers more than 150,000 known clusters across millions of nodes worldwide. Many organizations have .NET and windows workloads that they are or will eventually modernize and deploy to Kubernetes. We have been collaborating with Microsoft and joint customers over the past few years to bring Calico to the Windows platform.