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April 2, 2019

Aspen Mesh release 1.1.3 is now out to address a critical security update. The Aspen Mesh release is based on security patches released in the Istio 1.1.3 release – you can read more about the update here. We recommend Aspen Mesh users running 1.1 immediately upgrade to 1.1.3. Close on the heels of the much […]

 
March 27, 2019

Istio uses the Envoy sidecar proxy to handle traffic within the service mesh.  The following article describes how to use an external proxy, F5 BIG-IP, to integrate with an Istio service mesh without having to use Envoy for the external proxy.  This can provide a method to extend the service mesh to services where it […]

 
Aspen Mesh Service Mesh
March 15, 2019

Data visualization is an important part of what we do at Aspen Mesh. When you implement a service mesh, it provides a huge trove of data about your services. Everything you need to know about how your services are communicating is available, but separating the signal from the noise is essential. Data visualization is a […]

 
Aspen Mesh Service Mesh
March 8, 2019

The self-contained, ephemeral nature of microservices comes with some serious upside, but keeping track of every single one is a challenge, especially when trying to figure out how the rest are affected when a single microservice goes down. The end result is that if you’re operating or developing in a microservices architecture, there’s a good […]

 
Aspen Mesh and Cassandra
March 5, 2019

Cassandra is a popular, heavy-load, highly performant, distributed NoSQL database.  It is fully integrated into many mainstay cloud and cloud-native architectures. At companies such as Netflix and Spotify, Cassandra clusters provide continuous availability, fault tolerance, resiliency and scalability. Critical and sensitive data is sent to and from a Cassandra database.  When deployed in a Kubernetes […]