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How to Integrate Third-Party Service Registries with Istio Service Mesh

Istio relies on Kubernetes for service discovery, which generally means that microservices must be deployed within a Kubernetes cluster and use Kubernetes service discovery. However, many existing microservice projects still…

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Istio 1.22 Deep Dive: New Features and Practical Application Advice

The recent release of Istio 1.22 includes a plethora of significant updates. This article shares the new features and application recommendations brought by this release. Istio API Upgrades In the…

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Istio Delta xDS Now on by Default: What’s New in Istio 1.22 Deep Dive

In the early stages of the Istio project, configurations were pushed to Envoy proxies using the global State of the World (SotW) method. Whenever a service changed, the global configuration…

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The Role of Envoy Gateway When an SPA Calls Backend APIs in Kubernetes

The Browser to Pod Journey Congratulations! You have a single-page app (SPA) in a browser and want it to be useful, not just pretty, so you want to retrieve, write,…

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How to Get a Client’s “Real” IP Address with Envoy Gateway

Just as a river flows from its source through various bends before reaching the sea, a typical HTTP request travels from a client across multiple network hops until it reaches…

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Boost Kubernetes Ingress Performance with Tetrate Enterprise Gateway for Envoy and Intel® QAT

The Power of Envoy Gateway with Intel® Hardware Acceleration for Kubernetes Ingress Cryptographic operations are among the most compute-intensive and critical operations in secured connections. In certain cases, such as…

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Why Migrate from Kubernetes Ingress to Kubernetes Gateway?

The Kubernetes Ingress API has long been a reliable tool for configuring Ingress Controllers, allowing us to direct external traffic to our Kubernetes-hosted services using straightforward routing rules.  However, even…

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SkyWalking 10 Release: Service Hierarchy, Kubernetes Network Monitoring by eBPF, BanyanDB, and More

What’s New in SkyWalking 10 The Apache SkyWalking team today announced the 10 release. SkyWalking 10 provides a host of groundbreaking features and enhancements. The introduction of Layer and Service…

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Monitoring Kubernetes network traffic by using eBPF

Monitoring Kubernetes network traffic by using eBPF

This article demonstrates how SkyWalking uses eBPF technology to monitor network traffic on Kubernetes. Background Apache SkyWalking is an open-source Application Performance Management system that helps users gather logs, traces,…

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