ESG – Aiming for Cloud-native, Containerized Workloads? Without a Service Mesh, You’re Heading for Scaling Problems
Using enterprise versions of the Istio open source service mesh to bridge the gap between on-premises and cloud-native applications and solve scaling, security, and resilience problems
Learn about the market innovators and outperformers in the service mesh market The 2021 GigaOm Radar Report for Service Mesh and the 2021 Key Criteria Report for Evaluating Service Mesh reports showcase the market innovators and outperformers in the service mesh market. The Radar Report provides an analysis that plots the relative value and progression of service mesh solutions and […]
Gloo Mesh Gateway demo
Gloo Mesh Gateway provides a unified Istio API gateway control plane for both edge and service mesh use cases. It reduces management complexity for consistent applications/microservices connectivity policies, certs, and more.
13 Must-have features to adopting a zero-trust model
The best way to approach service mesh security is to adopt a zero-trust model, which means that every connection, no matter its origin, must be validated and secured. To help you evaluate service mesh technologies and implement zero-trust security, we present our 13 must-have features.
Gloo Mesh demo video
A quick demo of key Gloo Mesh features. Gloo Mesh builds on open source Istio to make service meshes more secure, more reliable, and easier to manage.
Gloo Edge demo video
A quick demo of core Gloo Edge features. Gloo Edge builds on open source Envoy Proxy to make Kubernetes-native API gateways more secure, more reliable, and easier to manage.
Gloo Portal demo video
Curious about Gloo Portal, our developer portal that abstracts the complexity and enables developers to publish, document, share, discover, and use APIs with rich controls, detailed configuration information, and comprehensive security? Not quite ready to commit to a live demo or trial, but want to see the product in action? Solo.io field engineer Casey Wylie […]
Answers to common questions about Envoy Proxy and Istio FAQs, including Gloo Edge, Gloo Mesh, enterprise and open source editions.
Production support for Istio
We provide many advantages for supporting open source Istio and Envoy Proxy in enterprise production environments, including N-4 version support, SLAs, private Slack, best practices, fixes, and back-porting.
Istio in Action
Istio in Action teaches you how to implement a full-featured Istio-based service mesh to manage a microservices application.
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White Paper: Building a Control Plane for Envoy Proxy
5 considerations for building or evaluating control planes.
[Tutorial] Canary Releases
As application architecture evolves from monolithic to microservices, the strategies at every stage of the application lifecycle must also evolve to take advantage of the new architecture and to ensure optimal performance, uptime, security, and user experience of the application. What is a Canary Release? Canary release is an approach for safer application delivery, specifically […]
Hoot: Get to Know Service Mesh – Video Series
Service Mesh is the a rising application network architecture pattern and the latest buzzword in our cloud-native ecosystem. Spawned by the need to solve service-to-service communication in an application architecture that is increasingly distributed and comprised of many small services networked together. Much like virtualization and containerization abstracted physical infrastructure from the operating system and […]
Envoy Proxy: Fundamentals and Deep Dive of the Cloud-Native Proxy
Envoy Proxy is an open source edge and service proxy (L4/L7), designed for cloud-native applications. Developed internally at Lyft and later open sourced and donated to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Envoy is a high performance proxy and data plane for modern edge/API gateways and service meshes. Envoy is similar to proxies like NGINX and […]
Networking at the Edge: API Gateways, Ingress and Proxies
The modernization to microservices architecture and hybrid environments changes the challenges and solutions to how application networking is handled in this modern applications and platforms. There are multiple directions of traffic patterns that need to be enabled, managed, secured, and integrated. This resource article and videos will explain the concepts, application and solutions available to […]
Getting Started with Istio
Learn the basics of Istio and explore the concept of a service mesh. See how to install Istio, use intelligent routing, enable service-to-service security, set up access control.
Zero Trust Networks for Microservices
Leverage API Gateways to apply zero trust network model to microservices
Vonage Modernizes Customer API Experience with Gloo Edge
Vonage (Nasdaq: VG) is a global leader in cloud communications helping businesses accelerate their digital transformation. Vonage offers a unique combination of unified communications, contact center and communications APIs – all on a unified, flexible integrated platform. The Vonage API Platform offers custom, embedded programmable communications capabilities via APIs that enable applications and businesses to […]
New Age Solutions Migrates to Kubernetes and Gloo Edge
New Age Solutions is a division of Axios Holding builds and operates a HRZN, a B2B iGaming platform that services five million business transactions a day. The company is modernizing their technology stack to support their future plans for growth and scale.
ParkMobile Positions for Scale with the Gloo Edge API Gateway
ParkMobile is the leading provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in the United States that helps millions of people easily find and pay for parking on their mobile devices. People can use ParkMobile solutions to quickly pay for street and garage parking without having to use a meter or kiosk. Additionally, ParkMobile offers parking […]
Service Mesh in the Real World with Istio
Unsure about what a service mesh is, or when it makes sense to use one? This video series featuring Christian Posta from Solo.io and Sandeep Parikh from Google takes an application-centric view of service mesh to think about what networking capabilities an application may need based on the user case and end users served. Focusing on the Istio […]
Service Mesh for the Developer Workflow Series
The Service Mesh is often presented as a solution for network engineering and system operability, increasing security, reliability, and observability. However, service mesh is also an incredibly useful tool for developers, and understanding how to leverage this technology can dramatically simplify a developer’s day to day workflow. This video series featuring Christian Posta and Nic […]
D-TECK Relies on Gloo Edge on Google Cloud to Help Businesses Make Better HR Decisions
D-TECK assists organizations maximize the performance potential of their teams through the science of psychometric assessment in their software platform. Organizations today rely on a variety of HR technology solutions that integrate big data and algorithms to help leaders make more informed HR decisions. D-TECK delivers the industry-leading psychometric assessment science from their team of […]
Securing and Troubleshooting Kubernetes and Service Mesh
Sysdig and Solo.io show how their technologies integrate to solve data and service security and troubleshotting challenges in modern applications.
Service Mesh for Better DevOps
Idit Levine shares her perspective on the possibilities of service mesh.
Tidepool Replatforms Diabetes Data Service with Gloo Edge and Kubernetes
Tidepool is a nonprofit organization focused on delivering high quality diabetes software with a mission to make diabetes data more accessible, meaningful, and actionable. Tidepool believes in being radically transparent with their work so everything is done in the open. Everything from the Quality Management System, Employee Handbook, FDA pre-submission meeting minutes, and most importantly […]
Kubernetes Podcast: Episode 55
Craig and Adam talk to Idit Levine about API gateways, service meshes, and project names with two O’s in them.