Live Hoot Episodes Recap for May

During the month of May, we had two interesting Live Hoot Episodes. On May 4th, Scott Weiss dove into Building Multi-Cluster Operators for Kubernetes. If you missed the episode, you can watch a replay here:   On May 18th, Yuval Kohavi paired with Or Weis, CEO at Authorizon, and Asaf Cohen, CTO at Authorizon to […]

Solo.io Engineering | May 19, 2021
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Live Hoot Episode Recap – Envoy + External Services

During the April 20th Live Hoot Episode, Yuval Kohavi dived into how to extend envoy functionality using external services to enable authorization, rate-limiting and observability. If you missed the episode, you can watch a recording here:     On our next live episode on May 4th, Scott Weiss will dive more into Building Multi-Cluster Operators […]

Solo.io Engineering | April 26, 2021
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Live Hoot Episode Recap – Istio Debugging

During the March 9 Live Hoot Episode, Yuval Kohavi dived into how to go about debugging Istio, using tools and techniques to quickly detect problems and find the source of issues. If you missed the episode, you can watch a recording here:   On our next episode, watch Scott Weiss at the upcoming Live Hoot […]

Solo.io Engineering | March 11, 2021
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Solo.io WebAssembly updates v0.0.30 – Rust and TinyGo support and more

At Solo.io, we’ve been working for the past year with WebAssembly (Wasm) and with how it can be used to customize the behavior of Envoy proxy and Envoy based solutions. Wasm is an exciting new technology born from the need to support compatibility for client side application deployments and has tremendous potential for the server […]

Solo.io Engineering | November 3, 2020
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Service Mesh Hub v0.9.1 – Expanded OSM support, AWS App Mesh progress, plus more config and troubleshooting features

Service Mesh Hub is a Kubernetes-native management plane that enables configuration and operational management of multiple clusters of the same service meshes and multiple clusters of heterogeneous service meshes through a unified API. Since the 0.7.2 release in September we’ve shipped more features and fixes leading to the latest release, version 0.9.1 New Features in […]

Solo.io Engineering | October 28, 2020
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New Gloo 1.5 with improvements to multi-cluster failover, traffic control, AWS Lambda, external Auth, and dev-to-ops experience

Today we released Gloo 1.5, the latest release of our Envoy Proxy based API Gateway. We’ve been working closely with our enterprise and open source customers to deliver new features, enhance functionality, and fix issues. Since the last Gloo release, we’ve also added Gloo Federation to scale API gateway deployments, and in this release we […]

Solo.io Engineering | October 1, 2020
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Updated Developer Portal for Gloo and Istio version 0.4.11

Today, alongside our Gloo 1.5 announcement, we are also releasing the latest enhancements to the Developer Portal for Gloo and Istio. The Gloo Developer Portal was introduced back in April with Gloo 1.3 and the Developer Portal for Istio in May of this year to help teams catalog and expose their running APIs securely to […]

Solo.io Engineering | October 1, 2020
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The State of WebAssembly in Envoy Proxy

Written by Christian Posta, Global Field CTO and Yuval Kohavi, Chief Architect. At Solo.io, we are very excited about Web Assembly as a way to extend an Envoy-based data plane in frameworks like API Gateways (Gloo) and Service Meshes (Istio, AppMesh, etc). Back in December 2019 we announced tooling to improve the experience of working […]

Solo.io Engineering | September 25, 2020
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Service Mesh Hub v0.7.2 and Open Service Mesh Support

Service Mesh Hub is a Kubernetes-native management plane that enables configuration and operational management of multiple clusters of the same service meshes and multiple clusters of heterogeneous service meshes through a unified API. Since its open sourcing in spring of this year, we’ve been working hard with the community and ecosystem to make Service Mesh Hub […]

Solo.io Engineering | September 4, 2020
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WebAssembly Release: wasme CLI 0.0.26 with Istio 1.6 and Gloo 1.5 support

WebAssembly (Wasm) is an exciting new technology born from the need to support compatibility for client side application deployments and has tremendous potential for the server (infrastructure and application) side as well. Wasm is a portable, pre-compiled,and language agnostic binary instruction set for a virtual machine that can be run in the browser or on […]

Solo.io Engineering | August 17, 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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