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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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Delivering on the Vision of Multi-Mesh

Service mesh architecture is the community choice for monitoring, controlling and securing the microservices environment. Today, many service mesh offerings are available, providing users with great choices but complicates their adoption. While the service mesh provides users with enormous benefits (traffic control, security, observability), it also increases the complexity of their environment, and could limit […]

Idit Levine | April 8, 2020
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The multi-mesh vision, and how SuperGloo will bring it to life

The service mesh architecture, in which monitoring and controlling communication among microservices is implemented as a dedicated layer, independent from the microservices themselves, is gaining momentum among cloud users. Today, users can choose from several service mesh implementations, including Istio (backed up by Google, IBM and Lyft), Linkerd and Linkerd2 (CNCF projects), Consul Connect (from […]

Idit Levine | December 4, 2018
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