Tetrate

Linux Journal – Tetrate launched

Tetrate, a new enterprise-grade service mesh from the creators of gRPC and Istio, launched yesterday. Varun Talwar, CEO of Tetrate and formerly co-creator of Istio at Google, says “Tetrate’s mission is to create a secure and flexible application networking layer to help enterprises transition from their decades-old rigid networking stack. Our tools and technologies will help customers with availability and manageability of their applications as they undergo this transformation.” In addition, “Tetrate is launching with $12.5 million in funding from Dell Technologies Capital, as well as from participating investors 8VC, Intel Capital, Rain Capital, and Samsung NEXT.” It also plans to use the funding to “extend its open-source leadership and further contribute to the open-source community”. See this ITOps Times article for more information.

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BusinessWire – Key contributors of Envoy and Istio projects launch Tetrate with $12.5M in funding to create enterprise-grade service mesh

Tetrate, the enterprise service mesh company, today launched with $12.5M in funding, led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from 8VC, Intel Capital, Rain Capital and Samsung NEXT. The funding round also includes participation from industry executives Pankaj Patel, former Chief Development Officer at Cisco; Guido Appenzeller, Chief Product Officer at Yubico and former CTO Cloud & Networking at VMware; BV Jagadeesh, founder of Netscaler & Managing partner at KAAJ Ventures and Shiva Rajaraman, Chief Product Officer at WeWork, and others supporting Tetrate’s mission. In addition to building an enterprise-grade service mesh platform, Tetrate plans to use the new funding to expand its open source leadership and deepen its contributions to the open source community.

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Digirupt.io – Service mesh model gunning for disruption of networking market

As modern software delivery models rely more and more on microservices to break up applications into easily managed bite-sized chunks, the IT networking world stands on a precipice. A new disruptive force called service mesh networking is entering the scene with about the same velocity that container tools like Kubernetes had several years ago. The innovators behind service mesh believe that they will change the face of network performance management and security in very short order.

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We are launching!

Key Contributors of Envoy and Istio Projects Launch Tetrate with $12.5M in Funding to Create Enterprise-Grade Service Mesh

SAN FRANCISCO – March 13, 2019 – Tetrate, the enterprise service mesh company, today launched with $12.5M in funding, led by Dell Technologies Capital with participation from 8VC, Intel Capital, Rain Capital and Samsung NEXT. The funding round also includes participation from industry executives Pankaj Patel, former Chief Development Officer at Cisco; Guido Appenzeller, Chief Product Officer at Yubico and former CTO Cloud & Networking at VMware; BV Jagadeesh, founder of Netscaler & Managing partner at KAAJ Ventures and Shiva Rajaraman, Chief Product Officer at WeWork, and others supporting Tetrate’s mission. In addition to building an enterprise-grade service mesh platform, Tetrate plans to use the new funding to expand its open source leadership and deepen its contributions to the open source community.

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Istio, Tetrate, Use cases

Case Study: Tetrate Resolves the Complexities of NAV’s Transition to Istio

About the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV)

The Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration (NAV) is the government directorate responsible for implementing Norway’s welfare model, with services ranging from child benefits to pensions. NAV is responsible for distributing a third of Norway’s national budget. In five years, it’s estimated that 95% of the Norwegian population will be covered by one of NAV’s services.

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Apache SkyWalking, Observability, Open Source

Apache SkyWalking: v6 is service-mesh ready

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The integration of SkyWalking and Istio Service Mesh yields an essential open-source tool for resolving the chaos created by the proliferation of siloed, cloud-based services.

Apache SkyWalking is an open, modern performance management tool for distributed services, designed especially for microservices, cloud native and container-based (Docker, K8s, Mesos) architectures. We at Tetrate believe it is going to be an important project for understanding the performance of microservices. The recently released v6 integrates with Istio Service Mesh and focuses on metrics and tracing. It natively understands the most common language runtimes (Java, .Net, and NodeJS). With its new core code, SkyWalking v6 also supports Istio telemetry data formats, providing consistent analysis, persistence, and visualization.

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Istio, Service Mesh, Tetrate

Multi-Cluster Communication – a Multi-Mesh Approach

By MATT TURNER

Current solutions for cross-cluster networking all use VPNs and a single control plane, with all the failure and latency problems that result. At Tetrate we’ve designed a scheme for using one Istio mesh per cluster to do cross-cluster routing. This post presents an open-source tool, Coddiwomple, which automates generation of the Istio config needed to enact this scheme.

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