Wednesday, November 20 • 10:55am - 11:30am
Stitching a Service Mesh Across Hundreds of Discrete Networks - Jason Webb & Anil Attuluri, Intuit

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Intuit has experienced large growth in its microservices ecosystem over the last few years, which was primarily using a hub and spoke API Gateway for service communication. As the ecosystem expanded, the increased latency and data transfer costs became significant. To facilitate future growth efficiently, Intuit needed a better model. Moving to a distributed Service Mesh running on k8s to enable secure service-to-service communication was the solution. As Intuit was building a migration path for hundreds of services communicating across discrete networks, they faced a host of challenges. While developing a platform to provide end-to-end encryption, they defined a pattern for federated workload identities and learned to manage a federated set of mesh control planes. Jason and Anil will share these learnings and Admiral, a project they are open-sourcing that enabled the migration path.


AnilKumar Attuluri

Software Engineer, Intuit, Inc.
Anil is a Software Engineer at Intuit working on some of the key challenges to move Intuit's microservices onto Service Mesh. His other areas of work at Intuit include distributed and scalable rate limiting algorithm, orchestration layer in API Gateway for Graphql and designing OSGi... Read More →
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Jason Webb

Principle Engineer, Intuit
Jason is the Services Fabric Chief Architect at Intuit. Where he works on building tools and platforms to enable Intuit’s microservices ecosystem. Jason is passionate about cloud-native infrastructure, developer tools & experience, and open source. Prior to Intuit, Jason worked... Read More →

Wednesday November 20, 2019 10:55am - 11:30am
Room 6F - San Diego Convention Center Upper Level