Anthos: Service Mesh
Advanced 6 Steps Hours 35 Credits
This intermediate-level quest is unique among Qwiklabs quests. These labs have been curated to give operators hands-on practice with Anthos—a new, open application modernization platform on GCP. Anthos enables you to build and manage modern hybrid applications. Tasks include: installing service mesh, collecting telemetry, and securing your microservices with service mesh policies. This quest is composed of labs targeted to teach you everything you need to know to introduce service mesh, and Anthos, into your next hybrid cloud project.
Prerequisites:Before enrolling in this Quest, learners should be comfortable with the material in the Google Kubernetes Engine Best Practices and Google Kubernetes Engine Best Practices: Security Quests.
- Build and run an Istio service mesh on GKE.
- Collect telemetry data using service mesh adapters.
- Visualize service mesh metrics through graphing add-ons.
- Manage microservice and application version traffic.
- Create identity and access control policies to secure microservices.
Architecting Hybrid Infrastructure with Anthos: Install and review the Bookinfo sample application on a GKE cluster using the Istio on GKE Add-On.
In this lab you will install the open source Istio service mesh, and use it with the Bookinfo microservices application, all on a GKE cluster using open source Istio.
In this lab you will explore service mesh telemetry capabilities in Istio by reporting, tracing and visualizing the microservices in the Bookinfo application.
In this lab you will learn about service mesh enabled traffic management use cases, and how to configure fine-grained traffic routing for microservices in the Bookinfo application.
In this lab you will learn about service mesh authentication, and authorization using Istio, and enable service-to-service authentication using the Hipster Shop microservices application.