So far, we’ve already explored some of the elements Istio provides, such as visualizing our service mesh with Kiali, and monitoring our application metrics with Prometheus and Grafana. In this tutorial, we’ll see how we can use Jaeger with Istio.
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In my earlier tutorials, I’ve explained how you can set up your own Prometheus and Grafana containers with Docker, and how you can configure them for Spring boot and nginx. A nice feature of Istio, is that it comes with Prometheus and Grafana out of the box. Additionally, they’re already set up to collect certain […]
Last time, we’ve set up Minikube with Istio, and we’ve deployed our application using Kubernetes. Today, we’ll see how we can use Kiali with Istio to visualise our service dependencies.
A few weeks ago, I’ve covered how you can properly create Docker images for your Spring boot application. Last time, we’ve also seen how to set up Kubernetes locally with Minikube. Now, it’s time to combine the two, and deploy a Spring boot application on Kubernetes.
Recently, I’ve been writing some tutorials about creating cloud native applications with Spring boot. So far, we’ve already covered how to create a Docker image of your Spring boot application. In the next tutorial, we’ll also see how we can run our application on Kubernetes. However, before we can do this, we have to set […]