End User Case Study: EquipmentShare

In this post, we feature a Q&A with Hunter Scheib, Cloud Ops Engineer at EquipmentShare to talk about their migration to Kubernetes. EquipmentShare offers contractors a better way to manage mixed construction fleets by leveraging technology solutions to work smarter, more efficiently and increase productivity. EquipmentShare’s smart jobsite solutions and services include: Rent, new and […]

Betty Junod | August 5, 2020
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Customer Case Study: Vonage – API Gateway Migration

In this post, we feature a Q&A with Jonathan Lane, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, API Platform at Vonage. Vonage (Nasdaq: VG) is a global leader in cloud communications helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation. Vonage offers a unique combination of unified communications, contact center and communications APIs – all on a unified, flexible integrated platform. […]

Betty Junod | August 4, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Protecting Applications with L4 and L7 Network Encryption for TLS/mTLS

API Gateways act as a control point for accessing backend application services by external clients and end users. Depending on the request path and the service the client is connecting to, organizations may want to secure it by encrypting the communications.  Gloo is a next generation API Gateway and Kubernetes Ingress controller that connects, manages […]

Betty Junod | August 3, 2020
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Upcoming Events for August 2020

Our “Virtually Summer” agenda continues with more talks, demos, and live discussions on all things Service Mesh, WebAssembly, Envoy Proxy and Kubernetes. We’re always adding more talks so check out the events calendar here, request a speaker for one of your events and continue the discussion in our community slack — requests for topics always welcome!  […]

Betty Junod | July 31, 2020
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Application Resilience with Multi-Cluster API Gateway Failover Routing

Architecting highly available and resilient applications means that teams must design for failure by accepting that outages (planned or unplanned) can occur anywhere in the hardware, software infrastructure, and service layers. Teams are then able to consider different implementation approaches that will help them maintain their desired SLAs and minimize service description. One approach is […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 30, 2020
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[Tutorial] How to Prioritize Traffic with Rate Limits by HTTP Method

Most applications require external users or clients to access a variety of their services and therefore require policies to secure and protect them.  Rate limiting is a strategy implemented in API or Edge Gateways to protect backend services by preventing service outages from being overrun with more requests than it’s resources can process and respond […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 28, 2020
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Introducing Gloo Federation for Multi-Cluster API Gateway Management

In the last year we witnessed growth in the scale and complexity of the environments of our enterprise customers. Multi-cluster environments are quickly becoming the rule rather than the exception. Such environments require multiple instances of API gateways, and indeed many of our customers run numerous instances of Gloo, our Envoy-based next-generation API gateway.  Scalability […]

Idit Levine | July 22, 2020
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Gloo Federation Technical Deep Dive

As Idit mentioned in her blog, today we released Gloo Federation to enable multi-cluster federation and management of Gloo API Gateway. Over the past couple of years we have worked closely with our customers and end users to address their adoption of Kubernetes and application modernization with Gloo to secure and manage how the application […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 22, 2020
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Webinar Recap – What’s New in Gloo 1.4

Gloo is a next generation API gateway and Kubernetes Ingress controller built with Envoy Proxy to manage and secure traffic to a diverse range of backend services like monoliths, microservices and serverless applications. Recently we released version 1.4 for both Gloo open source and enterprise versions; and this webinar provides an overview of the new […]

Betty Junod | July 21, 2020
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Hoot Livestream Series to Learn All About Envoy Proxy

In our previous Hoot series, we looked at the different service meshes and API gateway solutions available today, compared their architecture and philosophies. In our new series Chief Architect, Yuval Kohavi will provide a deep dive into Envoy Proxy.  What is Envoy Proxy? Envoy is an open source edge and service proxy designed for cloud-native […]

Betty Junod | July 19, 2020
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Service Mesh Hub Release v0.6.0

Service Mesh Hub is a Kubernetes-native management plane that enables configuration and operational management of multiple heterogeneous service meshes across multiple clusters through a unified API. In April, we open-sourced Service Mesh Hub v0.4.4 and since then we’ve introduced new features, fixed bugs, and kicked off community calls to discuss the roadmap and proposals. In […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 17, 2020
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Online Meetup #6 – WebAssembly – July 14, 2020

Our summer online meetup focused on WebAssembly and to check in on what kind of filters the community has been building with WebAssembly for Envoy Proxy. WebAssembly (wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. Wasm is designed as a portable target for compilation of high-level languages like C/C++/Rust, enabling deployment on […]

Betty Junod | July 16, 2020
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