Beyond Kubernetes: Bringing Microservices Together with Service Mesh

Beyond Kubernetes: Bringing Microservices Together with Service Mesh

Neil McAllister
Neil McAllister
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Kubernetes
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June, 2020

When adopting microservices, Kubernetes alone may not be enough to handle more complex networking challenges that arise. This is the job of a service mesh.

Securing your Kubernetes environment against external traffic threats

Securing your Kubernetes environment against external traffic threats

Neil McAllister
Neil McAllister
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Kubernetes
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June, 2020

Kubernetes is often used to manage external-facing applications, so the need for protecting applications from harmful external traffic is nearly universal.

Gradual Migration from Traefik 1.x to 2.x

Gradual Migration from Traefik 1.x to 2.x

Juan Carlos Mejías Rodríguez
Juan Carlos Mejías Rodríguez
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How To
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June, 2020

In this post, I will share a migration strategy that helped me move to Traefik 2 with very little downtime, one service at a time, with an easy way to rollback.

Kubernetes Ingress & Service API Demystified

Kubernetes Ingress & Service API Demystified

Manuel Zapf
Manuel Zapf
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Kubernetes
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June, 2020

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?

Five ways to control access to your applications on Kubernetes

Five ways to control access to your applications on Kubernetes

Kevin Crawley
Kevin Crawley
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Kubernetes
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May, 2020

How should developers implement access control, particularly authentication, within the context of k8s?

Combining Ingress Controllers and External Load Balancers with Kubernetes

Combining Ingress Controllers and External Load Balancers with Kubernetes

Kevin Crawley
Kevin Crawley
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Kubernetes
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May, 2020

The great promise of Kubernetes is the ability to easily deploy and scale containerized applications. How Load Balancers work together with the Ingress Controllers in a Kubernetes architecture?

Announcing Maesh 1.2

Announcing Maesh 1.2

Manuel Zapf
Manuel Zapf
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Product News
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May, 2020

Maesh 1.2 brings new additions such as UDP support and enhancing our internal architecture to provide more flexibility and performance in large deployments.

The Importance of Distributed Tracing and Monitoring in a Microservice Architecture

The Importance of Distributed Tracing and Monitoring in a Microservice Architecture

Kevin Crawley
Kevin Crawley
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Microservices
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May, 2020

How do teams diagnose latency between microservices or collate logs from dozens of loosely coupled services, while also ensuring that any logging overhead is kept to a minimum?

TraefikEE now available through new Red Hat Marketplace

TraefikEE now available through new Red Hat Marketplace

Marie Ponseel
Marie Ponseel
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Partners
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April, 2020

We’re excited to announce that Traefik Enterprise Edition is now available through Red Hat Marketplace, an open cloud marketplace that makes it easier to discover and access certified software for container-based environments in the cloud and on-premises.