Validate Linkerd on your own Kubernetes Cluster

Is your Linkerd installation running at peak performance? At our September Linkerd Community Meetup, Mayank Shan presents the work he’s been doing on conformance validation as part of Google’s Summer of Code. By running a set of tests on your cluster, you can sleep comfortably at night knowing all of Linkerd’s functionality works with your specific cluster’s configuration. Mayank discusses why conformance validation is needed, how he implemented it with the help of VMWare’s Sonobuoy, and shows how you could validate your own cluster.

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