Traefik Enterprise 2.3 has arrived. Now, with Vault support, GitOps Compliance, support for HTTP caching, and an API portal.
The team at Traefik Labs will be hosting a Hackathon next week, and plugins are a significant theme. Awards, bounties, and prizes are available for those who participate.
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 Enterprise 2.2 includes integrated service mesh capabilities, an improved web UI, support for OpenID Connect authentication, and more.
Today, we’re announcing that Traefik Pilot 1.0 is available and ready to connect with all Traefik instances, everywhere.
Traefik 2.3, the latest version of the most popular open source cloud native proxy, is now available. With plugins, ECS provider, and more!
Today is a big day for Containous and the entire Traefik community! As Traefik crosses yet another major download milestone, we continue on our mission of simplifying cloud-native networking by launching our first cloud offering.
Join the team of engineers who maintain Traefik and the Traefik Ambassadors for a week of virtual hacking and collaboration on the open source projects Traefik and Maesh.
Containers and Kubernetes have revolutionized software delivery. Releasing apps and services as stateless container images makes it easy to create and destroy container instances as demand requires.
One of the top goals for enterprises today is to open up the data held within legacy systems and expose it through APIs, microservices, and other modern means.