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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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Open Source Service Mesh Hub – Technical Overview

Today, we announced the open source release of Service Mesh Hub, representing a big step forward in our effort to simplify the experience of working with service meshes in complex enterprise environments. As Idit mentioned in her announcement, this project follows in the footsteps of our previous work on SuperGloo, as well as our prior […]

Rick Ducott | April 8, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Extending Envoy Proxy with WebAssembly

Following the recent announcements for Istio 1.5 and WebAssembly Hub, Idit Levine and Christian Posta hosted a webinar with guest speaker Louis Ryan, Principal Engineer at Google on Istio and Envoy projects. What is WebAssembly? WebAssembly (Wasm) is a fast, efficient, portable binary instruction format, providing an embeddable and safe execution environment for platform extensions. […]

Betty Junod | March 31, 2020
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Declarative WebAssembly deployment for Istio

Deploy extensions to Envoy in Istio using a declarative model to align with GitOps workflows *Originally published on the Istio blog  As outlined in the Istio 2020 trade winds blog and more recently announced with Istio 1.5, WebAssembly (Wasm) is now an (alpha) option for extending the functionality of the Istio service proxy (Envoy proxy). With Wasm, users […]

Christian Posta | March 19, 2020
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Get to Know Service Mesh – Understand Your Options and How to Choose

The cloud-native ecosystem took the IT world by storm with containers and Kubernetes and have created new categories of technology designed to address the new challenges created when applications evolve from a static monolithic architecture to a Hoot is a live video series hosted roughly every two weeks where engineers unbox various cloud-native technologies, dig […]

Betty Junod | February 20, 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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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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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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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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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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Autopilot: an operator framework for building workflows on top of service mesh

Autopilot is a recently announced and open-sourced project from Solo.io that gives you a framework for building opinionated operators for automated workflows on top of a service mesh. These types of workflows typically take signals or telemetry from the environment to decide what action to take next. Just like a “pilot” observes their surrounding and […]

Christian Posta | November 18, 2019
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