Maesh 1.2 brings new additions such as UDP support and enhancing our internal architecture to provide more flexibility and performance in large deployments.
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?
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.
Kubernetes is the de facto standard for teams developing cloud-native applications. In this article, we’ll review one of the most critical aspects of Kubernetes networking: The Ingress Controller.
This release adds crucial new capabilities designed to tame the complexity of managing internal connections, especially with enhanced security options.
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.
Covering all aspects of traveling, hotels, flights, car rental, and vacation homes, this world leading travel company’s platform is managed by an infrastructure team that counts over one thousand engineers.
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.