Topic: istio

IBM weighs in on Istio joining Google’s Open Usage Commons

Google yesterday announced the creation of the Open Usage Commons (OUC), a new open source organization focused on trademarks. As part of the launch, Google reveled the open-source service mesh project Istio would be joining the organization.  As a result, long-timer partner and founding member of the Istio project IBM has expressed disappointment in the … continue reading

Guest View: 5 reasons to be excited about Istio’s future

Lin wrote this article in May 2020 in refection of Istio’s third anniversary. On May 24, 2017, IBM and Google announced the launch of Istio, an open technology that enables developers to seamlessly connect, manage, and secure networks of different microservices—regardless of platform, source, or vendor. I’ve been working on Istio since its 0.1 release … continue reading

MuleSoft releases Anypoint Service Mesh

Integration platform provider MuleSoft is the latest company to release its own service mesh. The company announced the Anypoint Service Mesh for discovering, managing and securing microservices.  In the last couple of months, Kong has open sourced its universal service mesh Kuma, and Red Hat released the OpenShift Service Mesh.  RELATED CONTENT: Simplifying microservices with … continue reading

Istio 1.3 designed for developer adoption

The latest version of the open-source service mesh platform Istio is now available. Version 1.3 works to improve developer usability, adds a number of debugging features, and provides better support. RELATED CONTENT: Simplifying microservices with a service mesh According to Lin Sun, senior technical staff member for IBM Cloud and Cognitive Software, while Istio is … continue reading

What should you look for in an API management solution?

A common mistake organizations look for when evaluating API management solutions is whether or not it has monetization abilities, according to Kevin Matheny, a senior director analyst for Gartner technical professionals.  “Very few organizations I speak to are actually directly monetizing their APIs. If you are not going to do that, or don’t have a … continue reading

The next wave of API management

Modern-day software development has made APIs more important than ever. Whether it is microservices, Agile or digital transformation, developers need APIs to connect data, apps and devices. In order to be able to deploy, manage, and run all the APIs necessary for their solutions, they implement API management strategies to make sure everything goes smoothly.  … continue reading

Simplifying microservices with a service mesh

In the world of software, things are getting smaller all the time: smaller teams, smaller bits of code, smaller releases, smaller places for code to live and execute (containers). The point of getting smaller is to allow your organization to think bigger by getting the most advantage out of cloud resources and bringing more value … continue reading

Google enters the next step in AI and cloud democratization at Google Cloud Next

Google revealed new ways it is tackling AI democratization and the cloud at its Google Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco this week. “What we are trying to do with Cloud AI is to make it possible for everyone in the world to use AI and to build great models for their purposes,” Rajen … continue reading

StackPointCloud delivers microservices support via Istio  

StackPointCloud is now offering managed Istio support within the Stackpoint.io platform, making it easier for DevOps teams to deploy, monitor and maintain microservice-based applications. Configuring Istio within Stackpoint.io takes only a few minutes. Once up-and-running, users can monitor dependencies between microservices, application performance issues and microservice policies from the Stackpoint.io control panel. The Stackpoint.io managed … continue reading

Google, IBM and Lyft announce new open-source project for microservices: Istio

Google, IBM and Lyft are merging some of their learned best practices around microservices to create a new open-source project called Istio. Istio was developed to connect, manage and secure microservices. The goal of the project is to tackle challenges around resilience, visibility, and security. Istio is a Layer 7 traffic monitoring and control network … continue reading

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