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Deploying Envoy proxies outside Kubernetes with Gloo Edge

Some things should always be separated, shouldn’t they? Like oil and water. Wheat and chaff. Church and state. And how about deploying Envoy proxies and their control planes, like Gloo Edge? By default, you might think of them as living together. In the Gloo Edge documentation, the default scenario deploys an Envoy proxy and its […]

Jim Barton | November 24, 2021
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End User Case Study: EquipmentShare

In this post, we feature a Q&A with Hunter Scheib, Cloud Ops Engineer at EquipmentShare to talk about their migration to Kubernetes. EquipmentShare offers contractors a better way to manage mixed construction fleets by leveraging technology solutions to work smarter, more efficiently and increase productivity. EquipmentShare’s smart jobsite solutions and services include: Rent, new and […]

Solo.io | August 5, 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. […]

Solo.io | August 4, 2020
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Case Study: IT Modernization at Tidepool, an 8 part series

IT modernization is a journey, one that involves many decisions that affect every layer of the infrastructure stack, each application service, and all the people that interact with these systems to build them, deploy them and support them as they provide services to the end users. Back in October, we were lucky to have Derrick […]

Solo.io | April 30, 2020
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Exposing microservices running in AWS EKS with a microservices/API gateway like Solo Gloo

So you’ve decided to run your Kubernetes workloads in AWS. As we’ve seen before setting up AWS EKS requires a lot of patience and headache. You may be able to get it working. For others, you should check out the eksctl tool from Weaveworks. Now that you’ve got a Kubernetes cluster, you want to start […]

Christian Posta | February 8, 2019
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