July 2020 – Virtually Summer Calendar of Events

Betty Junod | July 1, 2020

Our “Virtually Summer” agenda includes webinars, meetups and meetings around 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!  If you’re looking for past events, check out our YouTube channel and SpeakerDeck site.

 

July 1 | Service Mesh Hub Community Meeting | Details

Bi-weekly meeting for the Service Mesh Hub open source project. Everyone is welcome to join the community calls to suggest topics, lead discussions, or to listen in.

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July 14 | Online Meetup #6 – WebAssembly | Attend

In this season’s meetup, we wanted to go back to WebAssembly and the kind of extensions the community is building. Guest speakers from HashiCorp and IBM will demo the wasm extensions they’ve built followed by Q&A with Solo.io engineers. 

 

 

July 15 | Service Mesh Hub Community Meeting | Details

Bi-weekly meeting for the Service Mesh Hub open source project. Everyone is welcome to join the community calls to suggest topics, lead discussions, or to listen in.

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July 16 | Webinar – Gloo 1.4 | Register Now

Join Solo.io engineers as they provide a technical overview of the latest release of Gloo API Gateway, live demos and Q&A. 

Highlights of the release include:

  • Improvements to system scalability
  • Expanded support for Kubernetes Ingress 
  • Support for the latest Istio 1.6 release
  • Security enhancements
  • User experience enhancements for Dev and Ops
  • Plus more options for configuring Gloo 

 

 

July 29 | Service Mesh Hub Community Meeting | Details

Bi-weekly meeting for the Service Mesh Hub open source project. Everyone is welcome to join the community calls to suggest topics, lead discussions, or to listen in.

Details for the community calls:

 

July 30 | Webinar – Protect Apps with L4/L7 Network Encryption | Register Now

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.

Attend this session to:

  • Network encryption options for ingress traffic
  • Tutorial for HTTP based upstream
  • Tutorial for TCP based upstream
  • Lots of live demos and Q&A
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