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[Tutorial] Securing Rate Limit Actions with JSON Web Tokens (JWT)

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 […]

Betty Junod | August 10, 2020
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Customer Case Study: Vonage – API Gateway Migration

In this post, we feature a Q&A with Jonathan Lane, Senior Manager, Software Engineering, API Platform at Vonage. Vonage (Nasdaq: VG) is a global leader in cloud communications helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation. Vonage offers a unique combination of unified communications, contact center and communications APIs – all on a unified, flexible integrated platform. […]

Betty Junod | August 4, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Protecting Applications with L4 and L7 Network Encryption for TLS/mTLS

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.  Gloo is a next generation API Gateway and Kubernetes Ingress controller that connects, manages […]

Betty Junod | August 3, 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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Introducing Gloo Federation for Multi-Cluster API Gateway Management

In the last year we witnessed growth in the scale and complexity of the environments of our enterprise customers. Multi-cluster environments are quickly becoming the rule rather than the exception. Such environments require multiple instances of API gateways, and indeed many of our customers run numerous instances of Gloo, our Envoy-based next-generation API gateway.  Scalability […]

Idit Levine | July 22, 2020
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Gloo Federation Technical Deep Dive

As Idit mentioned in her blog, today we released Gloo Federation to enable multi-cluster federation and management of Gloo API Gateway. Over the past couple of years we have worked closely with our customers and end users to address their adoption of Kubernetes and application modernization with Gloo to secure and manage how the application […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 22, 2020
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Hoot Livestream Series to Learn All About Envoy Proxy

In our previous Hoot series, we looked at the different service meshes and API gateway solutions available today, compared their architecture and philosophies. In our new series Chief Architect, Yuval Kohavi will provide a deep dive into Envoy Proxy.  What is Envoy Proxy? Envoy is an open source edge and service proxy designed for cloud-native […]

Betty Junod | July 19, 2020
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[Tutorial] How to Set Multiple Rate Limits per Client ID with Envoy Proxy

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 6, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Advanced Rate Limiting with Envoy Proxy and Gloo API Gateway

In last week’s webinar, Rick Ducott covered advanced use cases of rate limiting with Envoy as the edge proxy managed by Gloo API Gateway. Rate limiting is a strategy that can prevent service outages by protecting the service from being overrun with more requests than it’s resources can process and respond to within the agreed […]

Betty Junod | June 30, 2020
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Gloo or Ambassador: why the control plane matters

Here at Solo.io, we work on Envoy-based technology like API/Edge Gateways, service mesh, and Web Assembly (wasm). We’ve had a lot of success deploying these technologies with our open-source community and paying customers. For example, our Gloo API Gateway is deployed at leading financial, telco, and retail companies. A big concern for those customers is […]

Solo.io | June 19, 2020
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Engineering Release Summary – Gloo 1.3.29 and 1.3.9

Since the release of Gloo 1.3 open source and enterprise on April 15th, we’ve been hard at work working on both improving the current release and preparing for the next one. The current versions are 1.3.29 for open source and 1.3.9 for enterprise. Gloo enterprise is released once a quarter with more frequent updates of […]

Solo.io Engineering | June 16, 2020
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