Summer school workshop

Instructor led hands-on labs covering Cilium, Hubble, and Tetragon

Date: August 2
Time: 4PM-5:30PM CEST / 10AM-11:30AM EST

Summer is a great time to relax and recharge, and learn new skills. Team Isovalent welcomes you to “Virtual Summer School” where you can get started with Cilium, Hubble, and Tetragon. Our labs are particularly relevant for those interested in cloud native networking, security, and observability.

Learn about topics ranging from network policy management and security enforcement to our innovative service mesh implementation.

Join us for these three sessions. You can choose two hands-on labs per session and get hands-on experience with Cilium, Hubble, and Tetragon!

Agenda for August 2: Connectivity & Security
Observability has become an essential aspect of platform operations. Thus the last session will focus on gaining visibility into our micro-services. You can either focus on improving your network insight with Hubble flow visibility or you can delve into Kubernetes Identity-aware visibility of container and OS processes.

Other sessions:
July 5: Enterprise Network and Cluster Mesh - Sign up here
July 21: Tetragon and Service Mesh - Sign up here


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Roland Wolters
Technical Product Marketing 

Raphaël Pinson
Solutions Architect

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Technical Product Marketing 

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About Isovalent 

Isovalent is the company founded by the creators of Cilium and eBPF. Isovalent builds open-source software and enterprise solutions solving networking, security, and observability needs for modern cloud native infrastructure. The flagship technology Cilium is the choice of leading global organizations including Adobe, AWS, Capital One, Datadog, GitLab, Google, and many more. Isovalent is headquartered in Mountain View, CA and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, Google and Cisco Investments. To learn more, visit or follow @isovalent.