Gloo Open Source and Enterprise Admin UI Updates

Since March 2019, Gloo Enterprise has shipped with an admin UI, making it possible to configure new routes, manage secrets and settings, and most importantly, observe the real time health of the gateway. Today, we’re excited to share a few updates about the admin UI. Admin UI with Open Source Gloo You can now use the […] Engineering | October 15, 2019
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Introducing Auth and Rate Limiting in Gloo Open Source

Over the past few months, we have seen an increase in the use of Gloo as a production API gateway, using Gloo to configure and route requests through Envoy Proxy to applications. As the community around Gloo has grown, we’ve been working hard to respond to feedback and make Gloo the top choice for different […]

Rick Ducott | October 15, 2019
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Envoy Proxy Configuration as TCP Proxy

Gloo, an Envoy Proxy based API Gateway as TCP Proxy This blog series “5 Minutes with Gloo” digs into a single feature, what it is used for and how to use it. In this post, we highlight the ability for Gloo to act as TCP Proxy in addition to API Gateway. Gloo is a next generation […] Engineering | October 10, 2019
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Service Mesh in the Real World #2 — Ingress Traffic Control

[Updated with recording and slides] Welcome back to the second in a series of live stream videos featuring Sandeep Parikh from Google and Christian Posta from to learn about how to apply service mesh in the real world. If you are unsure what a service mesh is, or when it makes sense to use […]

Betty Junod | October 9, 2019
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Gloo Security Update to Address Envoy Proxy Denial-of-Service CVE

Yesterday, Envoy Proxy announced Envoy version v1.11.2 addressing two CVEs where denial of service by remote attackers is possible through over consumption of memory, CPU and abnormal process termination to the proxies. Gloo Open Source 0.20.4 and Enterprise 0.20.2 have been released and include the latest version of Envoy with CVEs addressed. We recommend that […] Engineering | October 9, 2019
Read More at Cloud Field Day 6

During the last week of September, our CEO and founder Idit Levine and Field CTO Christian Posta joined Cloud Field Day 6 for two hours of technical briefings, demos and lively discussions with the CFD Delegates. Presenting alongside industry leading and new start up infrastructure companies, we discussed the possibilities of technologies like Envoy Proxy […]

Betty Junod | October 7, 2019
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Webinar Recap — Securing and Troubleshooting Kubernetes and Service Mesh

This week we teamed up with our friends at Sysdig to show how the tooling can work together to answer questions we hear from the developers and operators of Kubernetes environments. In this session Christian and Pop show… Easy setup and instrumentation with Service Mesh Hub, Gloo and Sysdig Visualization and alerting on your cluster […]

Betty Junod | October 4, 2019
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Upcoming October 2019 Events with

As we enter into the last few months of the year, we are so thankful for the amazing community of conference and meetup organizers, leaders and ambassadors for welcoming us into your groups to share in learning and networking about gateways, service mesh and microservices. We have a few more events still being finalized so […]

Betty Junod | September 30, 2019
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Webinar Recap — Zero Trust Networks for Securing Microservices with API Gateways

This week we hosted our first of two security webinars following the introduction of new product features focused around improving the security posture and reducing the risk exposure of microservices environments. Rick Ducott, our Director of Engineering spoke this week about how API Gateways can be used in microservices architecture to deploy a zero trust […]

Betty Junod | September 27, 2019
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Tidepool Replatforms Diabetes Data Service from Custom Tooling to Open Source with Gloo and Kubernetes

In today’s blog, we feature a chat with Derrick Burns, Cloud Architect at to share their journey in migrating from years’ worth of custom built tools to the latest cloud native open source technologies and AWS. Improving Diabetes Care by Making Data Accessible Tidepool dashboards Tidepool is a nonprofit organization focused on delivering high […]

Betty Junod | September 25, 2019
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Upcoming Webinars — How to Secure Microservices, Kubernetes Clusters and Service Mesh

This fall the theme is all about security. The migration to microservices architecture fundamentally disrupts the entire ecosystem around the application — going from a single, static and monolithic service to potentially hundreds of dynamic, distributed and ephemeral services that are loosely coupled together changes everything. Many of us have already changed how we build […]

Betty Junod | September 18, 2019
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Online Meetup #2 — Knative and Gloo

We had a fun meetup with Scott Weiss, our principal engineer and guest speakers from Google’s Knative engineering team, Matt Moore and Nghia Tran talking about Knative and Gloo. This meetup covered: Understand what is Knative and how it provides a serverless like experience with Kubernetes Deep dive into Knative Serving and integration to Gloo […]

Betty Junod | September 7, 2019
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