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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

In this talk, maintainers from the Linkerd project will present an overview of the project and an update on upcoming releases.

The recent popularity of eBPF has triggered a number of discussions of whether this technology will revolutionize the service mesh space. The promise of all the benefits that a service mesh can bring to your cloud-native infrastructure at a fraction of the performance and operational cost seems tantalizing.

During his session, Dominik Táskai, Junior DevOps Engineer at LeanNet, will make a case for how sometimes a lack of features is itself a feature: a technology focused on doing just a few things really, really well can often help us reach our goals faster than something that tries to do too much

Platform engineer Eli will share how they used Linkerd to load balance gRPC connections while realizing instant security, efficiency, and performance gains in just one week.

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.

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