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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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Introducing Gloo 1.4 – Enhanced Scalability, Kubernetes Ingress and Istio 1.6 Support, and Improved Dev to Ops Experience

Today we released version 1.4 of Gloo, our Envoy Proxy based API Gateway. In the past few months since our 1.3 release, we have been working with our end users and customers to deliver new functionality and enhance existing features to address a wider range of use cases. This release includes an update to both […]

Solo.io Engineering | June 25, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Multi-Cluster Kubernetes and Service Mesh Patterns

Last week, Christian Posta gave a talk and series of demos around multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture patterns. This is the third multi-cluster related talk we’ve had recently starting with the Multi-Cluster GitOps session with Weaveworks and the deep dive into Multi-Cluster Service Mesh Management with Service Mesh Hub.  This talk focused on how […]

Betty Junod | June 2, 2020
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Hoot Series – Networking from the Edge: Proxies, Ingress and API Gateways

The modernization to microservices architecture, Kubernetes and cloud-native platforms have changed both how we need to handle application networking and the tools we need to solve these new challenges. The concept of an API gateway is not new as they have been a component of API Management for decades, however the move to distributed systems […]

Betty Junod | May 14, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Gloo 1.3 Overview: Developer Portal and enhancements in performance, usability, and more

 A few weeks ago we released version 1.3 of Gloo open source and enterprise – our next generation API Gateway and Kubernetes Ingress Controller built with Envoy Proxy. Gloo allows you to connect, secure, control and extend any application API — monolith, microservices and serverless across multiple clouds and on-prem. This week, Rick Ducott gave […]

Betty Junod | May 8, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Multi-Cluster Istio Management with Virtual Mesh

Last week’s webinar featured Christian Posta to dig into the recent announcement of Service Mesh Hub. In it we released new features, support for the latest Istio 1.5, and open sourced Service Mesh Hub to foster innovation with the broader service mesh community.  Service Mesh Hub is the industry’s first unified dashboard for installing, discovering, […]

Betty Junod | May 5, 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 […]

Betty Junod | April 30, 2020
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Two-Phased Canary Releases with Gloo, Part 3

In the first part of this series, we tried to come up with a robust workflow that you could use to perform canary testing and progressive delivery, so teams can safely deliver new versions of their services to users in a production environment. In the second part, we looked at how we can scale this […]

Rick Ducott | April 27, 2020
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Webinar Recap – GitOps for Multi-Cluster Kubernetes Across Any Cloud

This week we teamed up with our friends at Weaveworks to talk about multi-cluster and multi-cloud Kubernetes in the real world. Multi-cloud is not an empty buzzword, but a reality for many businesses when designing their environments for High Availability (HA) and Disaster Recovery (DR) scenarios, and especially for those that need to operate in […]

Betty Junod | April 23, 2020
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Configuring Gloo API Gateway on a Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Private Cluster

Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is one of the most popular options out there for running Kubernetes in production on a public cloud provider. The model of GKE is to have one or more master nodes running in a Google managed project, and worker nodes running in a customer-managed project. GKE clusters can be zonal, multi-zonal, […]

Ned Bellavance | April 21, 2020
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Two-Phased Canary Releases with Gloo, Part 2

In the last part, we looked at how you can use Gloo to set up a two-phased approach to canary testing and rolling out new versions of your services. In the first phase, you redirect a small slice of your traffic so you can verify the functionality of the new version. Once satisfied, you move […]

Rick Ducott | April 19, 2020
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End User Case Study: HRZN iGaming Platform by New Age Solutions

In this post, we feature a Q&A with Ievgenii Shepeliuk at New Age Solutions, a division of Axios Holding that builds a B2B iGaming platform. Ievgenii started at New Age Solutions almost 4 years ago as a software developer, in recent years has been shifting more towards DevOps and operations, and is currently the acting […]

Betty Junod | April 5, 2020
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