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Weave Net, an Open Source Container Network Five years with no central point of control

Open Source

by Bryan Boreham
At: FOSDEM 2020
❮p❯A tour of the internals of Weave Net, one of the most popular container networks: design challenges and lessons learned from five years in the wild. Including Kubernetes integration and how CNI was born.❮/p❯
❮p❯Weave Net is written in Go, using many Linux kernel features such as veths, bridges and iptables. Aimed at developers rather than network engineers, Weave Net tries to be self-configuring and find the best available transport between nodes. The control plane operates via gossip, with no central point of control.❮/p❯
Room: H.1308 (Rolin) Scheduled start: 2020-02-01 12:30:00