Here, we highlight why the environment's location makes a massive difference in how load balancing is done and how to tackle it in the easiest way possible.
Why is cloud native networking so complex? Here, we discuss service publishing, the complexity that comes with it, and how Traefik Hub streamlines the process.
It is not easy to maintain a resilient network in microservices-based architectures. Here, we discuss 9 best practices for designing microservices that operate efficiently and effectively.
We are thrilled to announce the full integration of the new Nomad built-in Service Discovery with Traefik Proxy. Utilizing Nomad directly with Traefik Proxy has never been so easy!
Ingresses are critical to any successful Kubernetes deployment. So, how do you choose the right Ingress Controller?
In this article, you’ll find a summary of all the changes introduced in Gateway API 0.4, a walkthrough on how to install and configure Traefik Proxy to use the Gateway API, as well as how to migrate your services from v1alpha1 to v1alpha2.
How is the perception of infrastructure as cattle directing trends in the Kubernetes and cloud native ecosystem?
In widely deployed libraries, tracking down every use is a lot of work. Let’s explore how a reverse proxy can help you protect against attacks and why implementing one should be part of your security best practices.
The recently-published Log4j vulnerability introduces a critical security risk. In this article, we’ll show you how Traefik helps mitigate the issue using our plugin system.
Traefik 2.4 adds many nice enhancements such as ProxyProtocol Support on TCP Services, Advanced support for mTLS, Initial support for Kubernetes Service API, and more than 12 enhancements from our beloved community.
Traefik Mesh 1.4 brings some under-the-hood changes and new features, including support for a new version of the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification, enabling filtering by headers and more.
Traefik 2.3, the latest version of the most popular open source cloud native proxy, is now available. With plugins, ECS provider, and more!
Maesh 1.3, the latest version of the simpler service mesh, is now even more reliable, flexible, and widely available.
The Ingress Object itself already has a long history with K8s. It is still considered beta, which is kinda surprising for something that has been so long present in K8s. But why is that? And when will that change?
Maesh 1.2 brings new additions such as UDP support and enhancing our internal architecture to provide more flexibility and performance in large deployments.
Traefik 2.1 adds couple of long awaited features, but also brings simplicity in certain areas. Simplicity has always been a key feature of Traefik since the beginning and is utterly important for us, but also for you, our users.
A few months have passed since the release of Maesh General Availability. During that time we’ve received feedback from you, the community, about use cases you’d like to adopt Maesh for, and we’ve addressed them with this release.
Maesh allows for visibility and management of the traffic that flows inside your Kubernetes cluster, which is just as important as the ingress and egress traffic.