WasmPlugin API has recently been added to the Istio project as a new and improved mechanism for extensibility. Here at Tetrate, we’ve recently conducted a successful workshop called Istio Wasm workshop. Click here to watch the recording of the workshop and join the conversation on Slack.
As we shift into 2022, we’d like to share some of the highlights and milestones Tetrate has reached in 2021 with your support. Since its founding in March 2018, Tetrate has been growing its capacity to fulfill what it set out to do– to reimagine application networking. This, our fourth year, was bookended by our Series B fundraising round led by Sapphire Ventures and our recent designation as a Gartner Cool Vendor for Cloud Computing. Here’s a snapshot of top company milestones we accomplished together in 2021:
We love open source, but recognize the reality that security can be hard. Recently the Log4j vulnerability (CVE-2021-44228) made everyone realize how wide-spread and severe a security incident can be when it comes to security root causes in the open source. In this blog we will first briefly explain the Log4J CVE as background, then demonstrate how Tetrate Service Bridge can help by providing a built-in Web Application Firewall engine.
WebAssembly (Wasm) has many applications in the cloud-native world today – WASI, edge cloud computing, Proxy-Wasm, and cloud-native runtime for serverless functions, to name a few. The question is, why has WebAssembly become so popular?
If you’ve ever wondered what WebAssembly (Wasm) is and how it fits into the service mesh ecosystem, this is the article you want to read. You’ll learn about Envoy extensibility and Wasm extensions.
In light of the collaboration that marks the cloud native community’s approach to today’s distributed workplaces and environments, the title hashtag of KubeConEU 2021 was #TeamCloudNative. This year’s virtual conference brought together this massive community and included hundreds of sessions and 11 distinct Zero Day co-located events.
Tetrate, the enterprise service mesh company, is introducing a new feature of its open source GetEnvoy project that makes it easier for developers to extend and customize the Envoy proxy.