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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 […]

 
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January 4, 2019

This year’s KubeCon conference in Seattle was electrifying. There is a ton of energy around Kubernetes, and with the increasing interest and adoption, service meshes are gaining recognition as the way to better manage Kubernetes clusters at runtime. Istio was one of the most popular topics – in break-out sessions and on the expo floor. […]

 
June 6, 2018

As you break apart your monolith into microservices, you’ll gain a slew of advantages such as scalability, increased uptime and better fault isolation. A downside of breaking applications apart into smaller services is that there is a greater area for attack. Additionally, all the communication that used to take place via function calls within the […]

 
March 1, 2018

Building microservices is easy, operating a microservice architecture is hard. Many companies are successfully using tools like Kubernetes for deploys, but they still face runtime challenges. This is where the service mesh comes in. It greatly simplifies the managing of containerized applications and makes it easier to monitor and secure microservice-based applications. So what are […]