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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.READ MORE >
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From the creators of 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.READ MORE >
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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.READ MORE >
During this session, Björn Wenzel, Head of DevOps Platform at DB Schenker, will share how they migrated multiple microservices from one cloud to another.
In our quest to improve the security of our service mesh, eBPF seems like a logical solution. In particular, a per-host proxy which would eliminate the need for a sidecar as a part of our service mesh implementation.
In this talk, Maria Rojas, platform engineer at Pento, will share why this automated payroll company needed a service mesh that gets the job done without adding complexity.
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Finding the right observability solution can be tough, especially in the context of diverse multi-cluster or even multi-cloud ecosystems.
Adopting any open-source project comes with a cost – but that doesn’t mean that a vendor offering is the best way to reduce that cost!