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Accepted to CNCF on September 13, 2017

Cloud-native high-performance edge/middle/service proxy

DutchNews: “The Film “Inside Envoy: the Proxy for the Future” Takes a Documentary Look Into the Innovators that Change Our Lives”

Posted on April 20, 2023

A new documentary for anyone interested in how open source technology works behind the scenes to shape our future.

The New Stack: “Envoy Gateway Offers to Standardize Kubernetes Ingress”

Posted on May 16, 2022

The Envoy Proxy project is expanding, with the aim of establishing a standardized, simplified set of APIs for working with Kubernetes itself. This week, at the KubeCon+CloudNativeCon EU, the open source project revealed that is has been working…

Introducing Envoy Gateway

Posted on May 16, 2022

Project post originally published on Envoy’s blog by Matt Klein Today we are thrilled to announce Envoy Gateway, a new member of the Envoy Proxy family aimed at significantly decreasing the barrier to entry when using Envoy for API Gateway…

Envoy Fundamentals, a training course to enable faster adoption of Envoy Proxy

Posted on February 4, 2022

Guest post by Tetrate Envoy Proxy, an open-source edge and service proxy, is a vital part of today’s modern, cloud-native application and is used in production by large companies like, Pinterest, and Airbnb(Source). Tetrate, a top contributor…

Service mesh 102: Envoy configuration

Posted on November 9, 2021 | By Scott Lowe

Guest post originally published on Kong’s blog by Scott Lowe In my Service Mesh 101 article, I talked about some of the basics behind a service mesh: what it is, what it does and where Envoy fits into a service…

EnvoyCon North America 2021

Posted on November 1, 2021

Originally built at Lyft and now a CNCF graduated project, Envoy is a cloud-native high-performance edge/middle/service proxy. In a short period of time, Envoy has been widely adopted throughout the industry in a variety of different deployment scenarios…

Service mesh 101: the role of Envoy

Posted on October 22, 2021 | By Scott Lowe

Guest post originally published on Kong’s blog by Scott Lowe If you’ve done any reading about service meshes, you’ve probably come across mentions of an open source project named Envoy. And if you’ve done any reading about Envoy,…

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…

Why Linkerd doesn’t use Envoy

Posted on December 11, 2020 | By William Morgan

Guest post originally published on Linkerd’s blog by William Morgan, CEO at Buoyant Why Linkerd doesn’t use Envoy In this article I’m going to describe why Linkerd isn’t built on Envoy. This is a bit of a weird article…