Learn how to easily build a modern web API in Python with FastAPI and then deploy it to production with HTTPS, powered by Traefik, to serve all your cloud needs.
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.
February 17, 2021 Webinar The Traefik Labs Team
Join us at the 13th Athens Kubernetes Meetup where we'll present, "Introducing the next generation of Kubernetes Ingress management."
Join the development team at Traefik Labs on the second Tuesday of every month to have your questions answered or get feedback on issues or PRs on the Traefik Proxy project.
In this video Julien Salleyron, Distinguished Engineer at Traefik Labs, will walk you through the core elements of Traefik, including how to parse the configuration, listening to incoming traffic, creating the providers, and how to create the TCP/UDP/HTTP reverse proxies.
In this presentation, Lucas Käldström teaches how to create a a dedicated web-based Kubernetes 'portal', including using GitOps with Flux, Ingress Routing with Traefik, DNS setup with external-dns, VS Code running in the browser with code-server, and the cloud-hosted setup.
In this meetup, Kevin discusses Traefik Plugins and how to build your custom middleware. Learn how to develop a plugin using Go, test it locally in development mode, how to publish the plugin on the Traefik Pilot marketplace, and how to deploy the new plugin onto a production system.
Service Meshes are one of the most hyped topics in the containerized world nowadays, as they allow for visibility and management of the traffic that flows inside a Kubernetes cluster. This talk provides an overview about the different patterns utilized by different service mesh solutions.