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Service Mesh Hub v0.7.2 and Open Service Mesh Support

Service Mesh Hub is a Kubernetes-native management plane that enables configuration and operational management of multiple clusters of the same service meshes and multiple clusters of heterogeneous service meshes through a unified API. Since its open sourcing in spring of this year, we’ve been working hard with the community and ecosystem to make Service Mesh Hub […] Engineering | September 4, 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 […] Engineering | April 8, 2020
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Service Mesh Interface (SMI) and our Vision for the Community and Ecosystem

The service mesh ecosystem is rising with many mesh providers and different use cases that will require different technologies. So the question is how do we foster industry innovation without fragmenting the end user experience? By agreeing on a standard set of APIs, we are able to provide interoperability and preserve the end user experience […]

Idit Levine | May 21, 2019
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Announcing Service Mesh Interface (SMI) Support and Collaboration

Today we announced that is a launch partner of the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification in collaboration with Microsoft, Bouyant and Hashicorp with support across the cloud-native ecosystem. As part of today’s announcement, the SuperGloo project and The Service Mesh Hub are the first reference implementations of SMI available today. The Service Mesh Interface […] | May 21, 2019
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