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R. Sharma, A. SinghGetting Started with Istio Service Meshhttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5458-5_6

6. Service Resiliency

Rahul Sharma1  and Avinash Singh2
(1)
Delhi, India
(2)
Gurgaon, Haryana, India
 

In the previous chapter, we went through how to configure the Ingress, Egress, and ServiceEntry components for interacting with the world outside of the Kubernetes cluster. We also went through how to encrypt requests between the microservices. So now we can deploy a secure application on Kubernetes with the ability and control to interact with the external network. In an ideal scenario, this setup should be sufficient to run a production application, but developers tend to forget the fallacies of distributed computing, ...

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