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Challenges of adopting service mesh in enterprise organizations

Recently I wrote a piece for DZone and their Migrating to Microservices Report on the challenges of adopting service mesh in an enterprise organization. One of the first things we tackle in that piece is “whether or not you should go down the path of adopting a service mesh” Here’s what I said: Start with […]

Christian Posta | October 22, 2019
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Istio the Easy Way (Again!)

A while back I wrote a blog post about how to get Istio up and running the easy way with SuperGloo, our mesh-agnostic, open-source project to orchestrate service meshes. That blog post walked through a series of commands you can run to install Istio or Linkerd and also try out different features in Istio. Since […]

Christian Posta | July 23, 2019
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Engineering Release Summary for April and May 2019

It’s been a little while since we last posted a release summary and these past couple of months have been busy fixing bugs, adding new features and releasing introducing new products. Also want to thank the following people in the community for their contributions to the releases in April and May: techmunk, johscheuer, chtison, Harwayne, […]

Solo.io Engineering | May 31, 2019
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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 Solo.io 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 […]

Betty Junod | May 21, 2019
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The need for a standard, service mesh API

Service mesh helps solve application-networking challenges when going toward a cloud-native architecture, specifically one that favors smaller, cooperating services like a microservices architecture. As we meet with cloud native technology end users across the world, we find people are indeed putting service mesh into production and starting to see the benefits of doing so. At […]

Christian Posta | May 18, 2019
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SuperGloo to the Rescue! Making it easier to write extensions for Service Mesh

SuperGloo is an open source project for service mesh orchestration at scale. SuperGloo provides an opinionated abstraction layer that simplifies the installation, management, and operations of one or more service meshes like Istio, AWS App Mesh, Linkerd, and HashiCorp Consul deployed on-prem, in the cloud or any combination you need. There are a growing number of articles on why SuperGloo, […]

Solo.io Engineering | May 17, 2019
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Linkerd or Istio?

Which service mesh is the one for you? cool eh? This week I set out to write a post comparing Istio and Linkerd, and I told myself: I’m going to create tables comparing features, and it’s going to be great and people will love and the world will be happier for a few seconds. I […]

Solo.io Engineering | April 25, 2019
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Solo.io SuperGloo — Service Mesh Orchestration for Multi-Cloud

If the number of stars a project has on GitHub can say something about its popularity and pervasiveness, then Istio is certainly one of the most popular service mesh technologies available today, with 16k+ stars as of writing this blog. The popularity can also be seen by looking at the tools that integrate with Istio […]

Solo.io Engineering | April 15, 2019
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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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SuperGloo: The Service Mesh Orchestration Platform

Today we are thrilled to announce the release of SuperGloo, an open-source project to manage and orchestrate service meshes at scale. SuperGloo is an opinionated abstraction layer that will simplify the installation, management, and operation of your service mesh, whether you use (or plan to use) a single mesh or multiple mesh technologies, on-site, in […]

Idit Levine | November 21, 2018
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