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Gloo Edge API Gateway Multi-cluster Provisioning with GitOps

Since it’s a popular customer question, today we want to show you how to automate provisioning of a Gloo Edge API Gateway on Kubernetes, so we turned to GitOps. If you want to jump straight to it, the Solo.io blog Github repo contains step by step information to setup your first Gloo Edge provisioning via […]

Daniel Wessels | August 31, 2021
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Getting started with Envoy Proxy in 15 Minutes: installation-free Gloo Edge

How long does it take to configure your cloud-native application on an open-source API Gateway? Getting started with Envoy Proxy can be fast and easy. Give us 15 minutes and we’ll give you a Kubernetes-hosted application accessible via an open-source gateway, and configured with policies for routing, service discovery, timeouts, debugging, access logging, and observability. […]

Jim Barton | August 10, 2021
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How to update CORS policies without re-deploying your API

In a Kubernetes-native world, people building and deploying microservices need to consider many things. One important thing to consider is Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS), which enables browsers to load resources from different servers or instances. CORS plays a vital role when a user interface (UI) talks to an application programming interface (API), as it controls […]

Kamesh Sampath | August 3, 2021
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A Local Development Kubernetes Environment for Gloo Edge

This is yet another blog on an option for that mythical beast: the developer- or laptop-based Kubernetes instance to access Kubernetes clusters and Gloo Edge. In the last year many projects in this space have matured and are feature rich, ones that spring to mind are KinD, Minikube and K3d. There are many more like […]

Daniel Wessels | July 28, 2021
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From Zero to Gloo Edge in 15 Minutes: OpenShift Edition

Learn how to configure Gloo Edge, an Envoy Proxy API gateway, with Red Hat OpenShift How long does it take to configure your a cloud-native application on an open-source API Gateway, using Envoy Proxy with OpenShift? How about 15 minutes? Give us that much time and we’ll give you a Kubernetes-hosted application accessible via a […]

Jim Barton | July 15, 2021
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From Zero to Gloo Edge in 15 Minutes: Amazon EKS Edition

How long does it take to configure your a cloud-native application on an open-source API gateway using Envoy Proxy with EKS? How about 15 minutes? Give us that much time and we’ll give you a Kubernetes-hosted application accessible via a gateway configured with policies for routing, service discovery, timeouts, debugging, access logging, and observability. We’ll […]

Jim Barton | June 25, 2021
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From Zero to Gloo Edge in 15 Minutes: GKE Edition

How long does it take to configure your a cloud-native application on an open-source API Gateway? How about 15 minutes? Give us that much time and we’ll give you a Kubernetes-hosted application accessible via a gateway configured with policies for routing, service discovery, timeouts, debugging, access logging, and observability. We’ll host all of this on […]

Jim Barton | June 24, 2021
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From Zero to Gloo Edge in 15 Minutes*

. *…your mileage may vary How long does it take to configure your first cloud-native application on an open-source API Gateway? How about 15 minutes? Give us that much time and we’ll give you a Kubernetes-hosted application accessible via a gateway configured with policies for routing, service discovery, timeouts, debugging, access logging, and observability. We’ll […]

Jim Barton | June 15, 2021
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Solving a Real-World Information Leakage Problem with WebAssembly and Gloo Edge

Multiple Gloo Edge customers have approached us recently with questions like, “Our product security team wants our applications to remove any response headers from our services that indicate to a potential attacker that we’re using Envoy as the foundation of our API Gateway.  In particular, we’d like to remove the server header and any header […]

Jim Barton | April 9, 2021
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Securing Your APIs with Gloo Edge and Auth0

  Gloo Edge is a cloud-native API Gateway and Ingress Controller built on Envoy Proxy to facilitate and secure application traffic at the edge.  Enterprise users of Gloo Edge commonly want to delegate authentication decisions to an Identity Management Provider based on the popular OpenID Connect (OIDC) standard. Auth0 is one of the most popular […]

Jim Barton | March 14, 2021
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[Tutorial] How to configure a basic failover using Gloo Edge

Introduction Failover is the ability to seamlessly and automatically switch to a reliable backup system to make critical systems more fault-tolerant and avoid major business impacts. The following tutorial demonstrates how to easily configure the failover for your upstreams using Gloo Edge. Gloo Edge Gloo Edge is a feature-rich, Kubernetes-native ingress controller, and next-generation API […]

Adam Sayah | February 10, 2021
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[Tutorial] Crush CSRF Attacks with Gloo Edge

Shield your applications from session-riding, Cross-Site Request Forgery attacks.   According to OWASP: “Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack that forces an end user to execute unwanted actions on a web application in which they’re currently authenticated. With a little help of social engineering (such as sending a link via email or chat), an […]

Jim Barton | January 11, 2021
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