Thanks for reading Glooy News! At Solo.io, we are excited about the Cilium project, which introduced innovations to container and cloud-native networking by leveraging eBPF in its data plane for programmability, performance, and observability. The Cilium control plane, which configures the data plane, has some room for improvement for large, scaled-out environments. To help push Cilium to new heights, we have been working with others in the Cilium community to use xDS to drive control-plane improvements in Cilium.
Check it out as we explore the current Cilium control-plane design, where and why limitations may arise for large deployments, and how the community could advance this architecture using the CNCF universal data plane (xDS) APIs.
Cilium 101: A guide to get started
Cilium for Kubernetes: Benefits, Requirements, and Examples
Cilium and eBPF: Powering Observability for Cloud Native
Cilium Service Mesh: Technical deep dive
5 API Gateway Authentication Strategies (infographic)
Elevating Connectivity and Seamless Operations, Gloo Mesh and Gloo Gateway Empower Technical Innovation for a Unified and Efficient Network (case study)
Introducing Gloo Network for Cilium (data sheet)
News Room: Press Releases
Solo.io Achieves the Amazon EKS Service Ready Designation (press release)
All About Argo Rollouts
Getting Started with Gloo Mesh and Argo Rollouts (blog)
Getting Started with Gloo Gateway and Argo Rollouts (blog)
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Kubernetes continues to revolutionize the way we deploy and manage applications, with the recent release of Gateway API representing a significant leap forward in simplifying and enhancing the management of networking within Kubernetes clusters. We’ll walk you through an exercise in a hosted environment, with no need to install anything on your workstation or Kubernetes clusters. You’ll be equipped with the knowledge to use Gateway API for external connectivity.
The four golden signals – latency, traffic, errors, and saturation (aka the four horsemen of your site outage) – are generally considered to be the way to observe and detect problems in your infrastructure as an SRE. Istio is no different, and out of the box there are a few things you should be observing to fulfill those metrics.
Platform engineering is about making it easier for developers to get their code into production. Instead of having to learn complex infrastructure details, developers can focus on writing code and let platform engineers build a platform that takes care of the rest. To enjoy the benefits of Platform Engineering here is your list of tools.
Cilium mTLS Confusion – Part 1
Cilium mTLS Confusion – Part 2
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March 19, 2024
The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities in Paris, France from 19-22 March, 2024. Join the CNCF Graduated and Incubating Projects as the community gathers for four days to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing.
April 9, 2024
Las Vegas, NV
Google Next ’24 brings together some of the world’s leading technology experts and innovators from thought leaders, to Google Cloud customers and partners to help attendees learn and and gain interactive experience in areas like security and cloud operations. Solo.io is proud to be a Foundation sponsor at Next ’24. We are excited to see you in Las Vegas April 9-11. Be sure to stop by and see us at our booth #1475
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