When implementing service mesh to add observability, resilience and security to your Kubernetes clusters, it’s important to consider how to set up policy in a way that can be navigated by your entire team. With that end in mind, Aspen Mesh is building a policy framework for Istio that makes it easy to implement policy and understand how it will affect application behavior.
High profile data breaches are at an all time high, cost an average of $3.92 million, and they take upwards of 314 days from breach to containment. Implementing Zero Trust Networking with Istio to secure your microservice architecture at scale is simple, requires little effort, and can be completed with minimal service disruption.
A Kubernetes vulnerability CVE-2019-11247 was announced this week. While this is a vulnerability in Kubernetes itself, and not Istio, it may affect Aspen Mesh users. This blog will help you understand possible consequences and how to remediate. You should mitigate this vulnerability by updating to Kubernetes 1.13.9, 1.14.5 or 1.15.2 as soon as possible. This vulnerability […]
Microservices are a hell of a drug.
Rapid development. Easier testing and deployment. Applications that are simpler to change and maintain.
It’s easy to understand why microservice-based applications are becoming more and more common.