It was in June of last year that we first discussed the new Gateway API for Kubernetes. This post will demonstrate how to use the new Gateway, GatewayClass, and HTTPRoute APIs with Traefik to route requests to services.
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.