The Service Mesh in Action Workshop is a half-day experience designed to introduce people to Service Mesh and how it works in an OpenShift environment. It includes exercises covering the primary features of Istio, how they are observed with Kiali, and an introduction to Jaeger.
The source code for the experience can be found
here. Note that there is a
branch as well as a
master. The public-facing experience is always running
master, and pull requests should be submitted to
develop. The source
repository includes instructions for how to deploy the workshop yourself.
Within RHPDS, the catalog item is in the Workshops category and is called Red Hat OpenShift Service Mesh in Action. Each student/participant will be sharing a single cluster.
RHPDS uses AgnosticD to provision environments under the covers. This workshop involves several AgonsticD modules:
The lab guide itself uses Homeroom,
and this is deployed with an AgnosticD role: