Topology-Aware Service Routing on Kubernetes with Linkerd

Interested in making sure requests stay within the same node or availability zone? Then service topology is for you! At our September Linkerd Community Meetup, Matei David discusses what service topologies are and how he implemented them over the summer as part of CNCF’s Community Bridge program. Matei explains why endpoint slices are required as well as what they do for end users. He shares what was difficult with the project and some tips for what else can be done.

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