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Multi-cluster global access control for Kubernetes and Service Mesh

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. In a previous blog post we covered Identity Federation for Multi-Cluster Kubernetes and Service Mesh which is the foundation for multi-cluster global access control. We explained how to setup each Istio cluster with a different […]

Denis Jannot | October 19, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Can You Replace API Management with Service Mesh?

This webinar was long in the making as we looked at answering the #1 most frequently asked question: Can I replace my Edge/API Gateway or API management solution with a service mesh? This is not surprising given the amount of service mesh hype in the cloud-native ecosystem and service mesh functionality like traffic routing, shaping, […]

Betty Junod | October 7, 2020
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Cross-cluster service communication with service mesh

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. The previous blog post covered Identity Federation for Multi-Cluster Kubernetes and Service Mesh which is the foundation for cross-cluster service communication. Istio is the most popular Service Mesh technology and is designed to handle […]

Denis Jannot | October 6, 2020
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Identity Federation for Multi-Cluster Kubernetes and Service Mesh

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. The previous blog posts focused on aspects of Failover and Fallback routing from a service mesh perspective and in comparison (and combined with) multi-cluster API gateway instances. In this blog post we start looking at […]

Denis Jannot | September 22, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Multi-Cluster API Gateway Patterns

Designing, building and operating applications for cloud-native infrastructure that are resilient, scalable, secure, and meet compliance and IT objectives gets complicated. Another wrinkle for the organizations with which we work is the fact they need to run across a hybrid deployment footprint, not just Kubernetes. Add to that the need to shape, manage, and secure […]

Betty Junod | September 15, 2020
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Handling Service to Service Failover at the Edge or Service Mesh

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. The previous blog post covered Multi-Cluster Service Mesh Failover and Fallback Routing as failover routing is one of the many reasons organizations look to adopt service mesh in addition to service to service communication, tracing, […]

Denis Jannot | September 14, 2020
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Multi-Cluster Service Mesh Failover and Fallback Routing

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. In our first post, we looked at service discovery and in this post we’ll look at failover and fallback routing across multiple clusters.  What is failover and fallback routing? When building […]

Denis Jannot | September 8, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Gloo Federation Overview and Demo

Gloo is our next generation API gateway built with Envoy Proxy to help application teams secure and control the incoming traffic to their backend application workloads including legacy monoliths, microservices/Kubernetes, and serverless functions. Gloo is deployed at the edge and handles what is commonly referred to as “ingress” or “north/south” traffic into a cluster. As […]

Betty Junod | August 27, 2020
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Application Resilience with Multi-Cluster API Gateway Failover Routing

Architecting highly available and resilient applications means that teams must design for failure by accepting that outages (planned or unplanned) can occur anywhere in the hardware, software infrastructure, and service layers. Teams are then able to consider different implementation approaches that will help them maintain their desired SLAs and minimize service description. One approach is […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 30, 2020
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Introducing Gloo Federation for Multi-Cluster API Gateway Management

In the last year we witnessed growth in the scale and complexity of the environments of our enterprise customers. Multi-cluster environments are quickly becoming the rule rather than the exception. Such environments require multiple instances of API gateways, and indeed many of our customers run numerous instances of Gloo, our Envoy-based next-generation API gateway.  Scalability […]

Idit Levine | July 22, 2020
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Gloo Federation Technical Deep Dive

As Idit mentioned in her blog, today we released Gloo Federation to enable multi-cluster federation and management of Gloo API Gateway. Over the past couple of years we have worked closely with our customers and end users to address their adoption of Kubernetes and application modernization with Gloo to secure and manage how the application […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 22, 2020
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Multi-Cluster Service Discovery in Kubernetes and Service Mesh

In this blog series, we will dig into specific challenge areas for multi-cluster Kubernetes and service mesh architecture, considerations and approaches in solving them. For our first post, we’ll focus on service discovery and how we need to approach it for multi-cluster environments.  What is Service Discovery  Service discovery is the backbone of distributed systems […]

Solo.io Engineering | July 7, 2020
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