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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 […]

 
February 22, 2019

The themes and content expressed are mine alone, with helpful insight and thoughts from my colleagues, and are about software development in a business setting. I’ve been working at Aspen Mesh for a little over a month and during that time numerous people have asked me why I chose to work here, given the opportunities […]

 
Kubernetes RBAC
February 14, 2019

Last year was about service mesh evaluation, trialing — and even hype. While the interest in service mesh as a technology pattern was very high, it was mostly about evaluation and did not see widespread adoption. The capabilities service mesh can add to ease managing microservice-based applications at runtime are obvious, but the technology still […]

 
Aspen Mesh Service Mesh
February 12, 2019

So you’re working hard at building a solid Kubernetes cluster — maybe using kops to create a new instance group and BAM you are presented with an editor session to edit the details of that shiny new instance group. No biggie; you just need to add a simple little detailedInstanceMonitoring: true to the spec and […]