In this session Rahul and Akshay, authors of the book, “Traefik API Gateway for Microservices,” will do a hands on walkthrough of Traefik's observability and monitoring support when running on Kubernetes. They will cover examples around logging, request tracing, and metrics from their recently published book about using Traefik for microservices.
Rahul Sharma is a seasoned Java developer with over 15 years of industry experience. In his career he has worked with companies of various sizes from enterprises to startups. During this time he has developed and managed microservices on the cloud (AWS/GCE/DigitalOcean) using open source software. He is an open source enthusiast and shares his experience at local meetups. He co-authored Java Unit Testing with JUnit 5 (Apress) and Getting Started with Istio Service Mesh (Apress).
Akshay Mathur is a software engineer with 15 years of experience in Java and web technologies. Most of his career has been spent building B2B platforms for enterprises, and more recently, implementing and operating microservices on Kubernetes in such ecosystems. Currently, he enjoys public speaking and blogging on new cloud native technologies (especially plain Kubernetes) and effective engineering culture.