The DevOps dream = Kubernetes / Istio Service Mesh and a dash of innovation
11 Mar 2020
DevOps in the enterprise
As the UK’s largest digital automotive marketplace, Auto Trader UK prides itself on how simple it is for its consumers and retailers alike to buy and sell cars on their platform. To do it they rely on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) plus Istio. Istio has helped to enable visibility, increase agility and effectively secure their production environment, without sacrificing developer productivity. Dave Whyte has been in various operational roles at Auto Trader for the last 15+ years. In this session, Dave will share some of the new DevOps tooling that has been built to support the new environment, including: - App Directory - essential a live app catalogue - Dependancy graph - a visualisation of all applications and their dependency's - Service Mesh dashboard(s) - shows overall service health and cost management - Alert Dashboard - visualisation of current live alerts, these also feed into Slack
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