Service Meshes - Teil 1

Infrastrukturen für Microservices

Der Betrieb von Microservices ist gar nicht so einfach. Service Meshes wollen das ändern. Monitoring, Tracing, Logging, Resilienz, Routing und Sicherheit - kaum eine Herausforderung, die Service Meshes wie Istio nicht lösen. Hanna Prinz, Eberhard Wolff und Jörg Müller diskutieren die Features, Vor- und Nachteile dieser noch sehr neuen Infrastrukturen.
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Jörg Müller works as Principal Consultant at INNOQ. He is experienced in the software industry, with a 25+ years of work under his belt. His career spans consulting, crafting software products, and managing teams. His core expertise lies in software architecture and DevOps, and he uses this knowledge to guide startups and corporate ventures in building products and approaching the market. Beyond his work, Joerg is active in community building: he organizes and speaks at user groups and conferences.


Hanna was a Consultant at INNOQ, focusing on Service Mesh and Infrastructure. Before that, she worked as a developer for backend, web and apps and as a lecturer for programming. Ever since she experienced the challenges of Ops, she has been most interested in the field of automation and DevOps like Kubernetes, CI/CD and Service Meshes.


Eberhard Wolff worked as a Fellow at INNOQ until July 2023, advising clients on architectures and technologies. His technological focus is on modern architecture approaches – cloud, continuous delivery, DevOps, or microservices often play a significant role. He is the author of over a hundred articles and books, including on topics such as Microservices, Microservice Technologies, and Continuous Delivery.