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Shifting to microservices does not by itself eliminate complexity, says Andrew Jenkins of Aspen Mesh.

Making the Most Out of Microservices with Service Mesh

In this article, we talk with Andrew Jenkins, Lead Architect at Aspen Mesh, about moving from monolithic apps to microservices and cut through some of the hype around service mesh for managing microservice architectures. For more on service mesh, consider attending KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU, May...
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Cilium 1.0.0-rc4 Released: Transparently Secure Container Network Connectivity Utilising Linux BPF

Cilium is open source software for transparently securing the network connectivity between application services deployed using Linux container management platforms like Docker and Kubernetes. Cilium 1.0.0-rc4 has recently been released, which includes: the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF)-...
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The History of the Service Mesh

The idea of a service mesh is still a fairly new concept for most people, so it may seem a little funny to already be talking about its history. But at this point Linkerd has been running in production by companies around the world for over 18 months — an eternity in the cloud-native ecosystem —...
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7 Systems Engineering and Operations Trends to Watch in 2018

We asked members of the 2018 O'Reilly Velocity Conference program committee for their take on the tools and trends that will change how you work. Below you’ll find the insights that I believe will have the greatest impact on the community in the year ahead. Networking the edge This year was all...
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Buoyant has announced a new, next-gen open source service mesh called Conduit, which was designed to be incredibly fast and lightweight, highly performant, and secure.

Buoyant’s New Open Source Service Mesh Is Designed with Kubernetes in Mind

This article is part of the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2017 series. The Linkerd service mesh for microservices was the first in its category and is the most widely used service mesh in production today. It has seen over a trillion requests and has enterprise customers that include...
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Pattern: Service Mesh

Since their first introduction many decades ago, we learnt that distributed systems enable use cases we couldn’t even think about before them, but they also introduce all sorts of new issues. When these systems were rare and simple, engineers dealt with the added complexity by minimising the number...
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What's a Service Mesh? And Why Do I Need One?

tl;dr: A service mesh is a dedicated infrastructure layer for making service-to-service communication safe, fast, and reliable. If you’re building a cloud native application, you need a service mesh! Over the past year, the service mesh has emerged as a critical component of the cloud native stack...
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