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Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy, Tetrate

Get started with Envoy in 5 minutes

Envoy is the engine that keeps Istio running. If you’re familiar with Istio, you know that the collection of all Envoys in the Istio service mesh is also referred to as the data plane

In this blog post, we’ll look at the fundamentals of Envoy: the building blocks of the proxy and, at a high level, how the proxy works. Understanding this will help you better understand how Istio works.

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Envoy proxy & GetEnvoy, Events, Tetrate, Wasm

What can WebAssembly do for your Application Security and Extensibility

Years ago when I heard WebAssembly (Wasm) for the first time, I was intrigued. The fact that I can write code in Rust or C++ and have it running in a browser blew my mind immediately. Porting an existing browser-side computation from JS code to Rust results in an increased performance. Needless to say, I have high expectations from this technology. Sadly, due to personal circumstances, I haven’t had much time and opportunity to explore this technology further.

That is, until last week.

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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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