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Beginner’s guide to Kuma service mesh

Posted on August 28, 2023

Guest post originally published on the InfraCloud blog by Sonali Srivastava The concept of service mesh emerged as a response to the growing popularity of cloud native environments, microservices architecture, and Kubernetes. It has its roots in the three-tiered…

Automate service mesh observability with Kuma

Posted on July 8, 2021 | By Marco Palladino

Guest post originally published on Kong’s blog by Marco Palladino, CTO at Kong The more services you have running across different clouds and Kubernetes clusters, the harder it is to ensure that you have a central place to collect service…

Getting started with Kuma service mesh

Posted on April 28, 2021 | By Marco Palladino

Guest post originally published on the Kong blog by Marco Palladino Kuma is an open source, CNCF service mesh that supports every environment, including Kubernetes and virtual machines. In this Kuma service mesh tutorial, I will show you how easy it is…

TechGenix: “Kuma: A Modern Multizone Service Mesh for Containers and VMS”

Posted on January 6, 2021

Envoy is likely the most important open-source project in the cloud-native networking space. Without it, we wouldn’t have a service mesh like Istio. The Envoy team recently announced Envoy Mobile, which looks to manage mobile applications with the same…

Multi-cluster & multi-cloud service meshes with Kuma and Envoy

Posted on December 15, 2020 | By Marco Palladino

Guest post by Marco Palladino, CTO & Co-Founder at Kong; Creator & maintainer of Kuma When we first created Kuma – which means “bear” in Japanese – we dreamed of creating a service mesh that could run across…

Kuma 1.0 GA released with 70+ new features & improvements

Posted on December 1, 2020 | By Marco Palladino

Guest post by Marco Palladino, CTO & Co-Founder at Kong; Creator & maintainer of Kuma Kuma 1.0 is now generally available with over 70 features and improvements ready to use and deploy in production to create modern distributed…

DevClass: "What’s the point: Vitess, Cloudflare Workers Unbound, Kuma, New Relic, GitHub, and Oso"

Posted on August 4, 2020

Database clustering system and CNCF graduated project Vitess has recently become available in version 7.0, improving SQL support and stability amongst other things. The tool, which originated at YouTube, now sports VExec and Workflow commands to facilitate automation…

Meet the Ambassador: Krishna Kumar

Posted on May 8, 2019

Krishna Kumar, Cloud Architect at Huawei, sat down with Kaitlyn Barnard, Cloud Native Computing Foundation(CNCF), to talk about cloud native, trends in the industry, and being an Ambassador. Below is their interview. You can also view the video….

Announcing Linkerd 2.14: Improved enterprise multi-cluster, Gateway API conformance, and more!

Posted on September 18, 2023 | By William Morgan

Guest post originally published on Linkerd’s blog by William Morgan (Photo by drmakete lab on Unsplash) Over the past 18 months, the adoption of Linkerd has skyrocketed in enterprise environments, with companies like Adidas, Microsoft, Plaid, and DB Schenker deploying Linkerd to bring security, compliance, and…

36 CNCF term 2 LFX mentees have successfully completed the program!

Posted on September 12, 2023

Congratulations to the 36 interns who have graduated from the LFX Program after working with CNCF projects over June, July, and August!     Mentees had the opportunity to work on many different projects across our Graduated, Incubating, and Sandbox…