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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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Two-Phased Canary Rollout with Gloo

Two-Phased Canary Rollout with Gloo API Gateway Every day at Solo.io, we’re talking to platform owners, architects, and engineers who are using Gloo as an API gateway to expose their applications to end users. These applications may span legacy monoliths, microservices, managed cloud services, and Kubernetes clusters. Fortunately, Gloo makes it easy to set up […]

Rick Ducott | March 30, 2020
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Gloo API Gateway Now Available on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace

If you are already running on Google Cloud or looking to migrate, enabling access to your application services just got easier. Today we announced the availability of Gloo, our API gateway, on Google Cloud Platform Marketplace (GCP Marketplace) for easy and fast deployment to Anthos and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) environments. 

Betty Junod | February 5, 2020
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Service Mesh in the Real World #3 — Securing Applications

We are headed into the new year with a new topic for the third installment of Service Mesh in the Real World video series featuring Sandeep Parikh from Google and Christian Posta from Solo.io. If you are unsure what a service mesh is, or when it makes sense to use one, then this is the right place for you — […]

Betty Junod | January 29, 2020
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Introducing Hoot — A Livestream Series for Tech Talks

This week we launched out Hoot Livestream series with our field CTO, Christian Posta giving a tech talk on Istio service mesh. These livestreams will run roughly every other week with Solo.io engineers and guests digging into our favorite technology areas like Kubernetes, Envoy Proxy and Service Mesh and discuss them with the community (aka […]

Betty Junod | January 10, 2020
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Happy New Year — Solo.io 2019 Review

Happy New Year from all of us at Solo.io! 2019 has been a whirlwind of a year since coming out of stealth in December 2018 including being named as one of the hottest cloud startups to watch by CRN and a company to watch in 2020 by SDTimes. We have also been recognized as a Cool Vendor in […]

Betty Junod | January 10, 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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KubeCon North America 2019 — Conference Recap

Hard to believe it’s already been two weeks since we all departed San Diego after a week full of 12,000 of our fellow cloud-native friends. Whether you attended the conference or followed along remotely, there was so much happening that week in terms of announcements, buzz and more for the community, end users and the […]

Betty Junod | December 6, 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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December 2019 Upcoming Events and Webinars

We can’t believe the year is almost over! There are a few more events and webinars left in 2019 to meet up, learn and share about all things Envoy Proxy, Service Mesh and Kubernetes. We look forward to meeting you online or in person! If you’d like to have us at your event, email us […]

Betty Junod | November 25, 2019
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Solving Microservice Mysteries With Envoy’s Tap Filter

How to reproduce and resolve seemingly random intermittent server failures in O(1) time. 2019 has been a big year for Envoy: The introduction of Envoy Mobile (presented by Jose Nino and Michael Schore) The final deprecation of the V1 API and the introduction of a versioning protocol (presented by Harvey Tuch) And the introduction of Web Assembly (presented […]

Solo.io Engineering | November 22, 2019
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Introducing Autopilot — An open source project for adaptive service mesh

The many benefits of service mesh come from it taking full control of the communication network within a cluster. However, this increases your vulnerability to misconfiguration and human errors. There are fantastic tools to simplify service mesh configuration and improve resilience, but they all depend on continuous actions from a human operator. We believe that […]

Idit Levine | November 18, 2019
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