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API Gateway (1)

What Is an API Gateway?

Overview Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are essential building blocks of modern software applications. APIs provide a standard way for different applications to communicate and exchange data with each other. However,…

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Envoy Gateway (8)

How To Secure Kubernetes

Kubernetes is now the leading orchestration platform for deploying and managing containerized applications. However, the distributed nature of Kubernetes environments also introduces security challenges. In this article, we’ll look at…

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Kubernetes Ingress

Introduction Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for container orchestration, providing a robust platform for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications. One of the essential aspects of Kubernetes is…

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Kubernetes Ingress Controller Architecture

Introduction A Kubernetes Ingress Controller is a specialized component of the older Ingress API within a Kubernetes cluster that manages the routing of external HTTP and HTTPS traffic—and, in the…

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Kubernetes Ingress Security Best Practices

Securing Kubernetes Ingress resources is crucial to protect your applications and data from unauthorized access, attacks, and other security risks. Ingress Controller Best Practices: To learn more about how to…

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What Is a Kubernetes Ingress Gateway?

A Kubernetes Ingress Gateway is an implementation of the Kubernetes Gateway API. The Gateway API is a successor of the Kubernetes Ingress API. It serves as an entry point for…

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What Is an API Gateway?

Overview Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are essential building blocks of modern software applications. APIs provide a standard way for different applications to communicate and exchange data with each other. However,…

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What Is Envoy Gateway?

Overview Envoy Gateway is an open source project that aims to make it simple to use Envoy Proxy as an API gateway by delivering a simplified deployment model and API…

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What Is The Kubernetes Gateway API?

Overview The Kubernetes Gateway API, aka “Gateway API,” is a Kubernetes API specification defining a standard way to configure and manage application traffic routing in Kubernetes clusters. It is managed…

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Envoy Proxy (2)

Envoy Proxy

Overview Envoy is a high-performance, open-source proxy server designed for cloud-native applications. It is often used in conjunction with service mesh platforms like Istio to provide advanced traffic management, load…

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How To Secure Kubernetes

Kubernetes is now the leading orchestration platform for deploying and managing containerized applications. However, the distributed nature of Kubernetes environments also introduces security challenges. In this article, we’ll look at…

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FIPS (3)

FIPS FedRAMP

FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) and FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) are two distinct but related sets of standards and regulations established by the U.S. government to ensure…

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Istio FIPS

Istio FIPS refers to the support for Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) compliance within the Istio service mesh. Istio is an open source service mesh platform used for managing and…

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What Is FIPS?

The Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) is a set of standards for information processing systems that all U.S. federal agencies, contractors, and vendors must adhere to. FIPS standards cover a…

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Istio Service Mesh (1)

Istio FIPS

Istio FIPS refers to the support for Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) compliance within the Istio service mesh. Istio is an open source service mesh platform used for managing and…

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Kubernetes (8)

How To Secure Kubernetes

Kubernetes is now the leading orchestration platform for deploying and managing containerized applications. However, the distributed nature of Kubernetes environments also introduces security challenges. In this article, we’ll look at…

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Kubernetes Ingress

Introduction Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for container orchestration, providing a robust platform for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications. One of the essential aspects of Kubernetes is…

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Kubernetes Ingress Controller Architecture

Introduction A Kubernetes Ingress Controller is a specialized component of the older Ingress API within a Kubernetes cluster that manages the routing of external HTTP and HTTPS traffic—and, in the…

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Kubernetes Ingress vs Service

Introduction Kubernetes Services and Ingress serve different purposes in managing traffic within a Kubernetes cluster. Services provide basic connectivity and exposure for applications, while Ingress offers advanced routing and traffic…

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Kubernetes Security Best Practices

Kubernetes has become a core component of modern application deployment by delivering flexibility, scalability, and efficiency for managing containerized applications. This article delves into Kubernetes security best practices to guide…

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NGINX and Kubernetes Ingress

Background NGINX is a high-performance web server, reverse proxy server, and load balancer. Developed by Igor Sysoev and first released in 2004, NGINX is known for its efficiency in handling…

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What Does Kubernetes Do?

Containerization Kubernetes has become essential to modern application deployments by providing flexibility, scalability, and efficiency when managing containerized applications. Containerization is a popular method for packaging applications for deployment. Software…

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What Is a Kubernetes Ingress Gateway?

A Kubernetes Ingress Gateway is an implementation of the Kubernetes Gateway API. The Gateway API is a successor of the Kubernetes Ingress API. It serves as an entry point for…

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Kubernetes Gateway API (7)

Kubernetes Ingress

Introduction Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for container orchestration, providing a robust platform for deploying, scaling, and managing containerized applications. One of the essential aspects of Kubernetes is…

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Kubernetes Ingress Controller Architecture

Introduction A Kubernetes Ingress Controller is a specialized component of the older Ingress API within a Kubernetes cluster that manages the routing of external HTTP and HTTPS traffic—and, in the…

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Kubernetes Ingress vs Service

Introduction Kubernetes Services and Ingress serve different purposes in managing traffic within a Kubernetes cluster. Services provide basic connectivity and exposure for applications, while Ingress offers advanced routing and traffic…

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What Is a Kubernetes Ingress Gateway?

A Kubernetes Ingress Gateway is an implementation of the Kubernetes Gateway API. The Gateway API is a successor of the Kubernetes Ingress API. It serves as an entry point for…

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What Is an API Gateway?

Overview Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are essential building blocks of modern software applications. APIs provide a standard way for different applications to communicate and exchange data with each other. However,…

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What Is Envoy Gateway?

Overview Envoy Gateway is an open source project that aims to make it simple to use Envoy Proxy as an API gateway by delivering a simplified deployment model and API…

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What Is The Kubernetes Gateway API?

Overview The Kubernetes Gateway API, aka “Gateway API,” is a Kubernetes API specification defining a standard way to configure and manage application traffic routing in Kubernetes clusters. It is managed…

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Kubernetes Ingress (3)

Kubernetes Ingress Controller Architecture

Introduction A Kubernetes Ingress Controller is a specialized component of the older Ingress API within a Kubernetes cluster that manages the routing of external HTTP and HTTPS traffic—and, in the…

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Kubernetes Ingress vs Service

Introduction Kubernetes Services and Ingress serve different purposes in managing traffic within a Kubernetes cluster. Services provide basic connectivity and exposure for applications, while Ingress offers advanced routing and traffic…

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NGINX and Kubernetes Ingress

Background NGINX is a high-performance web server, reverse proxy server, and load balancer. Developed by Igor Sysoev and first released in 2004, NGINX is known for its efficiency in handling…

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Mutual TLS (mTLS) (3)

How To Secure Kubernetes

Kubernetes is now the leading orchestration platform for deploying and managing containerized applications. However, the distributed nature of Kubernetes environments also introduces security challenges. In this article, we’ll look at…

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Kubernetes Ingress Security Best Practices

Securing Kubernetes Ingress resources is crucial to protect your applications and data from unauthorized access, attacks, and other security risks. Ingress Controller Best Practices: To learn more about how to…

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What Is mTLS?

Mutual TLS (mTLS) is a variation on transport layer security (TLS). Traditional TLS is the successor to secure sockets layer (SSL) and is the most widely deployed standard for secure…

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Observability (1)

What Is Observability?

Overview Observability refers to the ability to gain insight into the internal state of a system by observing its external behavior. In other words, it’s the ability to understand what’s…

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Platform Team (1)

What Is a Platform Team?

Overview A platform team is responsible for creating and maintaining the underlying platform that supports the development, deployment and operations of software applications. The platform team provides critical infrastructure, tools…

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Wasm (1)

What Is Wasm?

WebAssembly (abbreviated as Wasm) is a low-level bytecode format designed as a portable target for the compilation of high-level languages like C, C++, and Rust, enabling deployment on the web…

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Zero Trust (5)

Kubernetes Ingress Security Best Practices

Securing Kubernetes Ingress resources is crucial to protect your applications and data from unauthorized access, attacks, and other security risks. Ingress Controller Best Practices: To learn more about how to…

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NIST Zero Trust Architecture

NIST Zero Trust Architecture refers to cybersecurity policies and best practices developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). In the Special Publication 800-207 and 800-207A series, NIST…

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What Is mTLS?

Mutual TLS (mTLS) is a variation on transport layer security (TLS). Traditional TLS is the successor to secure sockets layer (SSL) and is the most widely deployed standard for secure…

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What Is Zero Trust Security?

Overview Zero Trust Security—sometimes called Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA) and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)—is an information security model that requires strict identity verification for all users, devices, and applications…

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Zero Trust Architecture

Don’t trust. Verify. That’s the philosophy behind Zero Trust Architecture (ZTA). Legacy network security architecture is no longer sufficient when it comes to ensuring the highest levels of cybersecurity and…

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