Tetrate: Celebrating Envoy
Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy, Events, Tetrate

EnvoyCon 2020

The 3rd annual Envoy-Con, a practitioner-driven community conference organized by the Linux Foundation, was held virtually today and attended by a few hundred developers and end users who have adopted Envoy, the edge and service proxy. Envoy is a widely adopted open source project that can be used in various deployment scenarios, including as a load balancer and as a service mesh data plane.

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GetEnvoy
Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy

How to get started with Envoy extensions: Wasm and GetEnvoy

New tooling is now available to make it easier for developers to create custom extensions for the Envoy proxy.

In this interview (also available as a Make it Mesh podcast), Tetrate Engineer Yaroslav Skopets, an Envoy contributor and GetEnvoy maintainer, explains how WebAssembly (Wasm) makes Envoy extensibility more accessible, and how developers can quickly get started with Tetrate’s open source GetEnvoy extensibility toolkit. 

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Service Mesh Istio
Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy, Istio, Open Source, Security

Istio and Envoy Security Advisories

September 29, 2020 — The Envoy Product Security Team (PST) announced  the availability of a security fix and a series of patches for Envoy versions 1.12,1.13, 1.14 and 1.15 to address two high-risk vulnerabilities related to header values and HTTP URL paths. In response to CVE-2020-25017. Additionally the Istio community recommends users to upgrade to 1.6.11+ for 1.6.x deployments or 1.7.3 or later for 1.7.x deployments.

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