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How to use Gloo Edge to combine Amazon EKS with AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda provides a lot of great use cases and benefits, such as not having any infrastructure to manage, being able to edit the code in a browser and quickly redeploy, and Lambda functions can be discovered and received traffic from an API gateway such as Gloo Edge so that you can get all the […]

Kevin Shelaga | August 4, 2021
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End User Case Study: Zymergen

Today’s post features a Q&A with Gigi Jackson, Staff SRE at Zymergen, and their modernization to Kubernetes. Zymergen is a science and material innovation company that is rethinking biology and reimagining the world. Zymergen brings together life, data and computer science to create never-before imagined materials and products across industries – from agriculture to electronics, […]

Solo.io | September 1, 2020
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Service Mesh the easy way with AWS App Mesh and SuperGloo

In March 2019, AWS announced general availability of AWS App Mesh which is a service mesh implementation that can be run across AWS services such as Fargate, ECS, EKS and EC2. Organizations now have multiple options for service mesh available in AWS including the AWS App Mesh service, other service meshes directly in EC2 (Linkerd, […]

Christian Posta | June 16, 2019
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Easy AWS EKS cluster provisioning and user access

While working on Gloo (our hybrid application gateway) and SuperGloo (our multi-mesh control fabric), we often need access to Kubernetes clusters to test out features and have a deployment target from which we can demo and run proofs of concept for our customers. I typically use Google Cloud GKE but for this project we needed […]

Christian Posta | January 10, 2019
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