Worried about IoT DDoS? Think Unikernels

On Friday (October 21st 2016) the world became aware of the Internet’s vulnerability, as millions of users found themselves disconnected from their favorite websites, and could not even tweet about it. This massive attack, aimed at the DNS provider Dyn, was famously launched with the help of hacked “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices, such as […]

Idit Levine | April 9, 2018
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Introducing Gloo-NATS: Bring events to your API

To be resilient, scalable, and efficient, an API Gateway should guarantee that requests are not dropped, are delivered with high performance, and can be fanned out easily to multiple subscribers. This is only possible by integrating a messaging system into the core of the gateway itself. Until today, there were no existing gateways that leveraged […]

Idit Levine | April 4, 2018
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Building hybrid apps with Gloo

When we look at the market, we can generally describe the ways applications are currently designed and configured. Most of the enterprise applications that run in production today are monolithic applications. Such applications are managed by configuration tools such as puppet, Chef and Ansible, monitored by a variety of APM tools, use logging collectors like […]

Idit Levine | March 15, 2018
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UniK: Build and Run Unikernels with Ease

Unikernels are lightweight, immutable operating systems compiled specifically to run a single application. Unikernel compilation combines source code with the specific device drivers and operating system libraries necessary to support the needs of the application. The result is a machine image that can run directly on a hypervisor or bare metal, eliminating the need for […]

Idit Levine | March 5, 2018
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Squash: Microservices Debugger

“What vegetable scares all the bugs? Squash!” one of my 8-year old daughter’s favorite riddles Recently I was sitting with a friend who was working on a microservice application, and had asked for my help. He was getting frustrated, because his application wasn’t doing what it was supposed to. Even worse, repeated runs were giving […]

Idit Levine | March 5, 2018
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Technical introduction to Squash

What is Squash? Powerful debugging capabilities are essential for development of robust complex applications. Strong debugging tools are available for traditional application development, and these are often integrated with modern IDEs, providing an effective development experience. These tools, however, are not available for development of distributed applications, hindering the development of complex microservices apps. This is […]

Idit Levine | March 5, 2018
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Solo’s seed funding round, supporting its groundbreaking vision for the future of the cloud

We are super excited to announce the closing of Solo’s Seed funding round. Having raised $3.25 million, we are now ready to accelerate our journey and fully realize our vision for the future of the cloud. We are extremely fortunate to be backed by amazing investors who share our excitement for this space. The round […]

Idit Levine | March 5, 2018
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Announcing Gloo: The Function Gateway

Today we at Solo are thrilled to announce the release of Gloo, the Function Gateway. Gloo was designed on the principle that gateways should build APIs out of functions rather than services. By allowing users to build their APIs from functions, the smallest unit of compute, Gloo equips them with an unprecedented level of control […]

Idit Levine | March 5, 2018
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wpengine | January 13, 2018
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