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3x Performance Improvement in SkyWalking’s recent 6.1 release

Apache SkyWalking, the observability analysis and application performance monitoring (APM) tool, shattered its own performance record with its recent 6.1 release. Designed especially for microservices, cloud native and container based architecture, SkyWalking provides distributed tracing, service mesh telemetry analysis, metric aggregation and workload …

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Larry Peterson at Tetrate's Service Mesh Day 2019: A History of Networking and What’s Next

At Tetrate’s Service Mesh Day, ONF CTO Larry Peterson illustrated his session on the history and future of networking with a diagram depicting the evolution of the “narrow waist of the internet.” Peterson’s full slide deck We’ve come far from the minimalism Peterson shared in the form of the IP protocol datagram created around 1980– a historical …

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CISO Panel Service Mesh Day 2019

Transcript Matt Klein Okay. Sure. Cool. So this is a end user panel. So while I read the questions that I was just sent aa, I’m going to let everyone introduce themselves. Okay, great. Okay. Uh, yeah. Hi, I’m snow. I work with square on their traffic and observability team, uh, been working on building out, um, are migrating us towards using an …

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CISO Panel Service Mesh Day 2019

Transcript Deepak Jeevan Hi everybody. Thank you for spending lunchtime with us, humble CISOs. Uh, so we changed the analysts VC panel that’s in the printed sheet to a CISO panel. Thought it will be more interesting to, for all of you to hear from how chief security information officers, chief information security officers of different companies, uh, …

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Chris Aniszczyk at Tetrate's Service Mesh Day 2019: The CNCF Perspective

“Service mesh is going to go through this wonderful phase of growth,” said Chris Aniszczyk, CTO/COO of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). As companies adopt Kubernetes, break apart their monoliths and start to modernize, they begin to look for solutions to traffic management and they need to observe their systems at another level. That’s where …

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Tetrate's KubeCon EU Lineup

Tetrate will be all over KubeCon EU. With 17 sessions focused specifically on service mesh, KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2019 (May 20-23, Barcelona) will be a massive event rife with opportunities for SREs and other Kubernetes users to evaluate the place of mesh in their infrastructures. Tetrate, which solves that problem for enterprise, is proud to send …

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Frederick Kautz (Doc.ai) Service Mesh Day 2019

Transcript So, uh, let me start with a, so we have this project, it’s called Network Service Mesh, uh, you’ll understand why it’s called this in a moment. So, uh, first let’s start with a short story though. So we have this character named Sarah and I actually use this for most of my introductions cause it helps, uh, provide a really …

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Janna Brummel Robin van Zijll ING Service Mesh Day 2019

Transcript Hi, welcome to our talk. Last ones before lunch. That’s always a bit of a challenge. Uh, our talk is a little bit different than the others. Um, we’re introducing service mesh in our organization working on a POC, so not in production yet. And we’re doing that at the same time as introducing, uh, the public cloud. And we want to …

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Louis Ryan (Google) Service Mesh Day 2019

Transcript This is one of those cases where, you know, if you don’t submit a talk, they’re going to pick one for you. Uh, and so they picked uh What Istio is to networking as Kubernetes is to workloads, which I looked it up and actually, you know, I didn’t know that philosophers inventing micro formats, um, and, and this is actually how you …

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Matt Klein at Tetrate's Service Mesh Day 2019: Envoy as the standard data plane and where it's going

Matt Klein, the creator of Envoy, says he had greatly underestimated the market demand for a proxy that could be used in a generic way. The Lyft software engineer wrote Envoy as a “communication bus” to handle issues like rate limiting, circuit breaking, and load balancing. It facilitates network-transparent applications and allows developers to focus on …

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