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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 […]

 
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 […]

 
Enterprise service mesh
December 10, 2018

As companies build modern applications, they are leveraging microservices to effectively build and manage them. As they do, they realize that they are increasing complexity and de-centralizing ownership and control. These new challenges require a new way to monitor, manage and control microservice-based applications at runtime. A service mesh is an emerging pattern that is […]

 
Security
November 28, 2018

PCI DSS is an information security standard for organizations that handle credit card data. The requirements are largely around developing and maintaining secure systems and applications and providing appropriate levels of access — things a service mesh can make easier. However, building a secure, reliable and PCI DSS-compliant microservice architecture at scale is a difficult undertaking, […]

 
DevOps and service mesh
November 1, 2018

I spend most of my day talking to large companies about how they are transforming their businesses to compete in an increasingly disruptive environment. This isn’t anything new, anyone who has read Clayton Christensen’s Innovator’s Dilemma understands this. What’s most interesting to me is how companies are addressing disruption. Of course, they are creating new […]