Announcing AWS Lambda support in Gloo Gateway
Thanks for reading Glooy News! We are excited to launch the initial release of AWS Lambda in Gloo Gateway! AWS Lambda integration works seamlessly with other Gloo Gateway features such as filters and policies. This release introduces new custom resources to help you manage multiple public cloud accounts and regions in multi-tenant Gloo environments, with AWS Lambda as the first supported implementation.
Give it a try! We’d love to hear feedback or answer questions in our community Slack.
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Solo is now recommending users use Istio’s new helm charts for production based deployments. We are currently updating our docs to reflect that suggestion instead of using the Istio Operator
Application Intermediate Cert Rotation: Make sure to set AUTO_RELOAD_PLUGIN_CERTS=true for Istiod to automatically pick up the rotated cacerts Intermediate CA
Founder and CEO Idit Levin won the 2022 DevOpsDozen award for DevOps Executive of the Year
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In Gloo Platform v2.2, we focused our engineers on customer requests and scalability, as our existing customers grow to deploy the largest service mesh implementations in the world.
Now that security, resiliency and observability are each the responsibility of the individual teams managing the different microservices, there’s no uniformity or consistency. That’s a huge issue that Istio helps to address.
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February 22, 2023
The erosion of perimeter-based security, usage of cloud-based services, and the requirements for industry and federal agency compliance all necessitate the implementation of zero trust architectures (ZTA). And a service mesh is a modern and powerful tool to implement the tenants of ZTA.
Kubernetes Community Days Amsterdam 2023
February 23, 2023
Kubernetes Community Days comes back to Amsterdam in 2023 with a safer, hybrid, exciting edition of KCD to bring back together the vibrant Dutch and European community. Register and join a community of 450 engineers, developers, and professionals of all things cloud native for two days full of talks, workshops, events and fun.
To see the complete list of upcoming events, including workshops and events in other regions, check out the Solo.io events page.Back to Newsletters