Resources

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VIDEOS AND PODCASTS

A collection of enterpise-focused documents to better inform you about the service mesh

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Linkerd Enterprise
Linkerd Enterprise

Rust-based network security and reliability for modern applications. Built on open source and designed for the enterprise

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Mythbusters: Sidecars, eBPF, and ambient mesh
Mythbusters: Sidecars, eBPF, and ambient mesh

An engineer's guide to cutting through the marketing hype, from your engineering friends at team Linkerd

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The World's Most Advanced Service Mesh
The World's Most Advanced Service Mesh

Enterprise power without enterprise complexity. Linkerd adds security, observability, and reliability to any Kubernetes cluster.

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Linkerd: A different kind of service mesh
Linkerd: A different kind of service mesh

The World's Most Boring Service Mesh. 10x simpler. 10x faster. 100% open source. Linkerd adds security, observability, and reliability to Kubernetes applications without the complexity

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Enterprise-grade, zero-trust network security with Linkerd
Enterprise-grade, zero-trust network security with Linkerd

Buoyant Cloud is a full management solution for Linkerd.Connect your existing open source Linkerd deployment to Buoyant Cloud, and let it do the hard work of operating, monitoring, and managing Linkerd for you.

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Zero trust network security in Kubernetes with the service mesh
Zero trust network security in Kubernetes with the service mesh

If you're building modern cloud software on Kubernetes, you've probably heard of the term "zero trust." This security model has risen to the forefront of security best practices because it addresses some of the new challenges of cloud native software.

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A collection of media resources to learn all about the service mesh

William Morgan, founder of the Linkerd service mesh and CEO of Buoyant, joins SE Radio’s Robert Blumen for a discussion of sidecars, service mesh, and a forthcoming enhancement to kubernetes to support sidecars natively.

Linkerd has long had support for allowing communication across cluster boundaries that’s secure, independent of network topology, and completely transparent to the application. This support was designed for a world in which individual clusters were generally isolated from one another, and crossing the cluster boundary was a bit unusual.

Linkerd is the first service mesh, and it is still - by far - the least stressful way to add security, reliability, and observability to any Kubernetes cluster. Using a mesh to add these critical functions at the platform layer means your application developers don’t need to worry about them! Join us to learn how it all works, and how Linkerd means we can have enterprise power without enterprise complexity!

Reliability is critical to any Kubernetes application, and a service mesh is pivotal in enhancing it. With a service mesh, operators can implement various mechanisms that contribute to the overall resilience and fault tolerance of their Kubernetes infrastructure.

Observability is key to understanding the inner workings of a Kubernetes application, and a service mesh is a powerful tool for enhancing observability within a Kubernetes app.

The zero trust model is a way to answer one of the most important questions in network security: is X allowed to access Y?

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