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Thursday, October 15 • 8:30am - 9:00am
Envoy on Windows: Use-cases, roadmap, and more

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Ready to dive a little deeper into the world of Envoy on Windows? Learn about the ongoing efforts to enable the vast ecosystem of Windows applications to leverage the Envoy proxy, what it can do now, and what is coming next. Contributors have been hard at work bringing Windows platform support to Envoy. The project hopes to enable the vast ecosystem of Windows application architectures to leverage Envoy’s rich feature set and benefit from the vibrant Envoy open source community. This talk will show how Envoy users can start to use and evaluate Envoy on Windows, demonstrate how Envoy can be used to enable cloud-native applications on Windows, and discuss the roadmap ahead.

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Sunjay Bhatia

Senior Member of Technical Staff, VMware
Sunjay is a maintainer of the Contour Ingress controller and contributor to Gateway API, the Envoy Gateway project, and other CNCF projects in the Kubernetes networking space. He has worked on implementing Windows support in Envoy proxy and various open source components in the Cloud... Read More →

David Schott

Program Manager, Microsoft
David is a Program Manager at Microsoft, working on network interoperability for containers and microservices across operating systems. He has been working on distributed systems, network virtualization, and is a contributor to several Cloud Native Open Source projects, including... Read More →

Thursday October 15, 2020 8:30am - 9:00am PDT