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AWS + Tetrate
Announcements, AWS, Istio, Service Mesh, Tetrate Service Bridge

EKS is Anywhere and so is Tetrate

Tetrate works with Amazon EKS and EKS Anywhere to bring seamless connectivity and management to Kubernetes applications both on-premises and in the cloud. One of Tetrate’s founding goals is to enable our customers to manage their applications everywhere––from edge to workload, between services and VMs, in datacenters and the cloud––and to do it securely, reliably, and scalably while providing a consistent experience to IT ops and developers across these environments.

That goal aligns perfectly with EKS Anywhere, Amazon’s new Kubernetes offering that reaches beyond AWS. Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) is a managed compute platform for containers that allows customers to avoid the undifferentiated heavy lifting involved in using roll-your-own Kubernetes to run modern applications on AWS. EKS Anywhere is a new deployment option for Amazon EKS that enables customers to easily create and operate Kubernetes clusters on-premises, including virtual machines (VMs) and bare metal servers. With EKS Anywhere, Amazon offers its customers a consistent Kubernetes experience both on-premises and in the cloud.

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Tetrate works with ECS Anywhere to bring seamless connectivity on prem and cloud

Technological progress never stops, and the goal of any enterprise architecture is to build harmony between multiple technologies. Merge them together, take the best of each, and use those technologies to become more efficient in your particular business area. Also, the intent is to simplify: Make different stacks work for you instead of spending all your time managing different pillars of your infrastructure.

AWS ECS Anywhere (ECS-A) is one of those cases where customers get the best of all worlds: a cloud-hosted and managed stack– extended to your on-premise data center– and running tasks inside of Docker containers on the hardware hosted in your datacenter.

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TSB CI/CD Pipeline on Gitlab deploying application in AWS

As code gets signed off by a developer, it goes to the infrastructure teams that deploy it in the dev/test environment and then validate it via a number of tests. The developer’s skill set usually doesn’t include knowledge of Kubernetes, service mesh parameters, or Ingress gateways. Beyond knowledge, there is usually enterprise grade separation of roles: the developer shouldn’t have access to the network configuration, unnecessary monitoring tools, and certainly not security objects such as certificates.                           

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Tetrate Service Bridge (TSB) brings enterprise grade Istio to Amazon EKS and EKS-D
AWS, Istio, Tetrate, Tetrate Service Bridge

Tetrate expands AWS partnership to bring enterprise grade Istio for EKS and EKS Distro

Tetrate’s partnership with AWS, with today’s announcement of Amazon EKS Distro (EKS-D), provides their joint customers with unified application connectivity and security across workloads, on-premises and on AWS cloud. EKS-D was unveiled at re:Invent 2020 as a Kubernetes offering that can run on-premises, in data centers owned or operated by customers. There are several benefits to EKS-D that we believe will be useful for customers in accelerating, streamlining, and unifying the efforts needed to modernize their applications and cloud migration. 

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AWS, Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy, Istio, Open Source, Service Mesh, Tetrate

451’s take on service mesh: The ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of modern software

Analysts Jean Atelsek and William Fellows of 451 Research give their take on the role of service mesh as a cloud-native enabler, calling it a potential “Swiss Army Knife of modern-day software, solving for the most vexing challenges of distributed microservices based applications.”

 

The role of service mesh as a cloud-native enabler is building fast

In a multi-cloud, hybrid IT architecture world, where applications are deployed as microservices, the use of service meshes is becoming an important (although not mandatory) component of cloud- native architecture. Early deployments of the technology – which promises network routing, security and configuration control for microservices-based applications – are largely based on open source code, with Envoy emerging as a de facto standard data plane.

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BusinessWire – Tetrate works with Amazon Web Services to bring enterprise-grade Envoy to AWS App Mesh users

Tetrate, the recently launched enterprise service mesh company, today announced its support for the launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS) App Mesh, a cloud service that makes it easy to run microservices by providing consistent visibility and network traffic controls for each microservice in an application. The two companies will demonstrate AWS App Mesh and Tetrate GetEnvoy for Global 2000 enterprises for the first time at Service Mesh Day on March 29, 2019 in San Francisco.

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SDxCentral – Amazon’s Werner Vogels: Dance like nobody’s watching. Encrypt like everyone is

AWS also rolled out new tools that make it easier for developers to navigate this new world across compute instances, containers, and serverless applications. One of these is App Mesh, a service mesh that allows customers to monitor and control communications across applications running in AWS Fargate (its serverless containers product), EC2 (compute instances), ECS (containers), Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (managed Kubernetes containers), or Kubernetes.

It’s generally available today, and integrates with Tetrate, Datadog, HashiCorp, Sysdig, and SignalFx.

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Tetrate works With Amazon Web Services to bring enterprise-grade Envoy to AWS App Mesh users

Support for AWS App Mesh will be showcased for the first time at ​Service Mesh Day on March 29, 2019 in San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO – March 27, 2019 – Tetrate​, the ​recently launched​ enterprise service mesh company, today announced its support for the launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS) App Mesh, a cloud service that makes it easy to run microservices by providing consistent visibility and network traffic controls for each microservice in an application. The two companies will demonstrate AWS App Mesh and Tetrate GetEnvoy for Global 2000 enterprises for the first time at ​Service Mesh Day on March 29, 2019 in San Francisco.

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