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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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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 complexityREAD MORE >
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 his KubeCon Amsterdam 2023 project update, William Morgan, CEO at Buoyant, shares what's new with the Linkerd service mesh.
Zero trust requires checking every access, every time, and a service mesh is the perfect tool to make that happen everywhere within the cluster running a cloud-native application.
Flynn, Technical Evangelist at Buoyant, gives us the scoop on what makes Linkerd unique within the service mesh space, and talks about what he sees as important needs in the open source projects he’s involved with.
In this episode, Editor-in-Chief of ITOps Times David Rubinstein talks about service mesh. His guest is William Morgan, the CEO of Buoyant.
Service meshes, like Linkerd, address a core challenge faced by engineers building modern "cloud native" applications today: adding and maintaining critical security, reliability, and observability features to their microservices applications without changing any code.
In this latest edition of This Week in Enterprise Tech, Lou Maresca chats with Buoyant CEO William Morgan about the current state and future of service mesh.