Want to observe a service mesh that extends to virtual machines? A new analyzer in Apache SkyWalking — the APM system designed especially for microservices, cloud native and container-based architectures — leverages Envoy’s metadata exchange mechanism to work in Kubernetes, VM, or hybrid environments.
The Apache SkyWalking team today announced the 8.4 release is generally available. This release fills the gap between all previous versions of SkyWalking and the logging domain area. The release also advances SkyWalking’s capabilities for infrastructure observability, starting with virtual machine monitoring.
If you are looking for a more efficient solution to observe your service mesh instead of using a Mixer-based solution, this is exactly what you need.
Apache SkyWalking, the observability platform, and open-source application performance monitor (APM) project, today announced the general availability of its 8.2 release. The release extends Apache SkyWalking’s functionalities and monitoring boundary to the browser side.