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As the recent CNCF survey suggests (page 7), Istio is one of the most popular service mesh technologies on the market today. The biggest obstacle in Istio's production adoption so far has probably been that the complexity and domain knowledge required to operate a mesh was too high. The Istio community has realized this and has taken multiple steps to improve the usability and reduce the complexity of Istio. In Istio 1.
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Almost every blog post or lecture explaining how Istio service meshes route traffic takes the time to go over how sidecar containers capture outgoing traffic - how that traffic is routed to another service with another sidecar. However, in the real world, a large amount of network traffic passes through the boundaries of the service mesh itself. That traffic might be from a public facing app that receives traffic from the internet, an internal service that needs to connect to a legacy application running outside the mesh, or a workload that consumes an external, third party API.
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In today's blogpost we're going to be discussing ingress and egress gateways. First, we'll cover the basics, then we'll go into detail and explore how they work through a series of practical examples. Ingress and egress gateways are load balancers that operate at the edges of any network receiving incoming or outgoing HTTP/TCP connections. Ingress gateways make it possible to define an entry points into an Istio mesh for all incoming traffic to flow through.
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One of the exciting new features of Istio 1.4 is automatic mutual TLS support, which brings some long awaited convenience to Istio users configuring mTLS for their applications. In this post, we'll be introducing the concept of Istio's auto mTLS feature and demonstrating how it works using a demo application. Today, we'll be using our open-source Banzai Cloud Istio Operator and our multi and hybrid-cloud enabled service mesh platform, Backyards, to install Istio 1.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. Since releasing our open-source Istio operator, we've been doing our best to add support for the latest versions of Istio as rapidly as possible.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. In production systems mostly when working in microservices architecture, it is soon realized that monitoring each service individually is often not enough to troubleshoot complex issues.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. Since releasing our open-source Istio operator, we've been doing our best to add support for the latest versions of Istio as rapidly as possible.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. Since releasing our open-source Istio operator, we've been doing our best to add support for the latest Istio versions as rapidly as possible.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. A few weeks ago we announced Backyards, Banzai Cloud's automated service mesh built on top of our Istio operator, which greatly simplifies the complex management of service meshes across multi and hybrid-cloud environments.
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Check out Backyards in action on your own clusters: Register for an evaluation version and run a simple install command! Want to know more? Get in touch with us, or delve into the details of the latest release. Or just take a look at some of the Istio features that Backyards automates and simplifies for you, and which we've already blogged about. Service mesh probably needs no introduction. But, just to recap, let's define it as a highly configurable, dedicated and low‑latency infrastructure layer designed to handle and provide reliable service-to-service communication, implemented as lightweight network proxies deployed alongside application code.
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