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Gloo Security Update for Envoy Proxy CVE-2020-8659, CVE-2020-8661, CVE-2020-8664, CVE-2020-8660

  Yesterday, Envoy Proxy announced version 1.13.1 and 1.12.3 to address four CVEs ranging from severity medium to high. Gloo Open Source versions 1.3.11 and 1.2.23 and Gloo Enterprise versions 1.3.0-beta4 and 1.2.10 have been released and include the latest version of Envoy Proxy with CVEs addressed. We recommend that all end users upgrade to […]

Solo.io Engineering | March 4, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Envoy Proxy and Modern API Gateway Architecture

Today’s application modernization projects including serverless, Kubernetes and microservices involve more than just how applications are written and deployed, but require new components in the technology stack to properly deploy and operate them. As applications evolve to become a set of loosely coupled distributed services, how you manage and secure the traffic to them and […]

Betty Junod | March 4, 2020
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Webinar Recap – ParkMobile Builds for Scale with Kubernetes, Gloo and AWS Cloud

ParkMobile is the leading provider of parking solutions in the US with a mission to power smart mobility for every driver and vehicle, everywhere. Located in 7 cities across the country, ParkMobile helps their 16M+ customers park smarter every year.  Like many other companies that experience this kind of growth, the team looked at the […]

Betty Junod | February 21, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Customize and Extend Envoy Proxy with WebAssembly

Did you know that Envoy Proxy is the go-to proxy for cloud-native environments because of its speed and extensibility. This has made it a popular choice as a proxy at the edge and as sidecars for service mesh. Envoy Proxy’s extensibility comes in the form of filters which are written in CPP and compiled directly […]

Betty Junod | February 11, 2020
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Istio as an Example of WHEN Not to Do Microservices

I’ve been pretty invested in helping organizations with their cloud-native journeys for the last five years. Modernizing and improving a team (and eventually an organization’s) velocity to deliver software-based technology is heavily influenced by its people, process and eventual technology decisions. A microservices approach may be appropriate when the culmination of an application’s architecture has […]

Christian Posta | January 17, 2020
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Decentralized, self-service Envoy edge gateway with Gloo

As organizations move to a microservices architecture, they find they need to adopt decentralized, self-service infrastructure to really get the gains promised by this approach. This includes building self-service platforms around Kubernetes, Prometheus, Zipkin, etc. and more recently Envoy Proxy. Envoy Proxy has become a foundational piece of a cloud-native infrastructure and can play multiple roles: edge gateway, internal gateway, service mesh service […]

Christian Posta | January 16, 2020
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Webinar Recap — Gloo 1.0 Overview and Demo

Recently we announced version 1.0 of Gloo, our next generation API gateway and Kubernetes Ingress Controller. Last week Rick Ducott, our director of Engineering and hosted a webinar to: Provide an overview of Gloo’s Envoy Proxy based architecture Review of the new features and enhancements in version 1.0 Live demos Live Q&A There were lots […]

Betty Junod | December 12, 2019
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Introducing the WebAssembly Hub, a service for building, deploying, sharing, and discovering Wasm extensions for Envoy Proxy

Extending the Envoy Proxy One of the major strengths of the Envoy Proxy is that it can be extended in many ways, through filters, tracers, health checkers, monitors, and more. Since the microservices environment is highly dynamic and rapidly changing, this extensibility allows Envoy to swiftly adapt and adjust. The main way to add functionality to […]

Idit Levine | December 10, 2019
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Infrastructure Resilience: Handling Invalid Configuration in the Envoy Proxy

As the size and scale of microservice deployments increases, the problem of managing traffic routing becomes increasingly complex. When configuration goes awry, it can cause everything from control plane downtime to service outages. This short blog post will cover how Gloo, the Envoy-based API Gateway, handles the challenge of managing large-scale configurations for Envoy to prevent […]

Scott Weiss | December 2, 2019
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Building with the Community — Thank You to the Gloo End Users and Customers

Today marks a milestone in our journey with Gloo, our Envoy Proxy based API Gateway as we reach 1.0. We are especially excited to celebrate this milestone with the community — our customers, open source users and partners that spent the time to provide feedback, file issues, pull requests, integrate Gloo with their technology and share that […]

Betty Junod | November 14, 2019
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Custom Auth Plugins for Envoy based API Gateway

At Solo.io, Gloo is our cloud-native, next-generation API Gateway built on Envoy Proxy and runs natively on Kubernetes (and Consul, and elsewhere). Gloo has been built from its foundations to be extensible and pluggable, from the proxy itself to the control plane. One aspect of extensibility we often hear from our users and customers is […]

Christian Posta | November 5, 2019
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Online Meetup #3 — Halloween Special with Tidepool.org, Weaveworks and Buoyant

Happy Halloween from Solo.io! Today we hosted an online meetup with some of our cloud-native friends Thomas from Buoyant (the makers of Linkerd) and Stefan from Weaveworks (makers of Flagger and Flux) along with guest speaker Derrick Burns from Tidepool.org, a non-profit building software to make diabetes data accessible to patients for better care. In […]

Betty Junod | November 1, 2019
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