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Announcing the WebAssembly (wasm) OCI Image Spec

In recent years, WebAssembly (Wasm) has emerged and gained in popularity for platform extensions as a portable binary instruction format with an embeddable and safe execution environment for client and server applications, including popular cloud-native technologies. We are very excited about the potential of Wasm across the industry, and specifically as a way to extend […]

Idit Levine | September 10, 2020
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WebAssembly Release: wasme CLI 0.0.26 with Istio 1.6 and Gloo 1.5 support

WebAssembly (Wasm) is an exciting new technology born from the need to support compatibility for client side application deployments and has tremendous potential for the server (infrastructure and application) side as well. Wasm is a portable, pre-compiled,and language agnostic binary instruction set for a virtual machine that can be run in the browser or on […]

Solo.io Engineering | August 17, 2020
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Online Meetup #6 – WebAssembly – July 14, 2020

Our summer online meetup focused on WebAssembly and to check in on what kind of filters the community has been building with WebAssembly for Envoy Proxy. WebAssembly (wasm) is a binary instruction format for a stack-based virtual machine. Wasm is designed as a portable target for compilation of high-level languages like C/C++/Rust, enabling deployment on […]

Betty Junod | July 16, 2020
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July 2020 – Virtually Summer Calendar of Events

Our “Virtually Summer” agenda includes webinars, meetups and meetings around all things Service Mesh, WebAssembly, Envoy Proxy and Kubernetes. We’re always adding more talks so check out the events calendar here, request a speaker for one of your events and continue the discussion in our community slack — requests for topics always welcome!  If you’re […]

Betty Junod | July 1, 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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WebAssembly Hub News Recap – March 2020

  On March 5th, we announced an update to WebAssembly Hub in partnership with Google and the Istio community in support of the Istio 1.5 release. Released back in December 2019, WebAssembly Hub is a service for building, sharing, discovering and deploying WebAssembly (Wasm) extensions for Envoy Proxy and Envoy-based solutions like API gateways and service […]

Solo.io | March 19, 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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Announcing an extended and improved WebAssembly Hub to bring the power of WebAssembly to Envoy and Istio

As users look to adopt Envoy-based infrastructure to help them solve challenges with microservices communication, they inevitably find themselves needing to customize some part of that infrastructure to fit within their organization’s constraints. WebAssembly (Wasm) has emerged as a safe, secure, and dynamic environment for platform extension. Today, the Istio project, with their announcement of […]

Idit Levine | March 4, 2020
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Webinar Recap – Customize and Extend Envoy Proxy with WebAssembly

Did you know that Envoy Proxy is the go-to proxy for cloud-native environments because of its speed and extensibility. This has made it a popular choice as a proxy at the edge and as sidecars for service mesh. Envoy Proxy’s extensibility comes in the form of filters which are written in CPP and compiled directly […]

Betty Junod | February 11, 2020
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