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DevOps Follow 899 Followers Envoy Service Mesh Case Study: Mitigating Cascading Failure at Lyft by Jose Nino Follow 0 Followers , Daniel Hochman Follow 0 Followers Posted on Aug 09, 2018 Over the past four years, Lyft has transitioned from a monolithic architecture to hundreds of microservices. As the number of microservices grew, so did the number of outages due to cascading failure or accidental internal denial of service. Today, these failure scenarios are largely a solved problem within the Lyft infrastructure due to the use of the Envoy Proxy as a service mesh.

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Cloud Follow 303 Followers Istio v1.0 Service Mesh Released with Feature “Ready for Production Use” by Daniel Bryant Follow 735 Followers Posted on Aug 01, 2018 Architecture & Design Follow 2247 Followers QLoo Creates GraphQL Interface for Existing Services by Thomas Betts Follow 44 Followers Posted on Jul 31, 2018 Cloud Follow 303 Followers Microsoft Releases Azure Service Fabric Mesh as a Public Preview by Steef-Jan Wiggers Follow 7 Followers Posted on Jul 23, 2018
Architecture & Design Follow 2247 Followers QCon NY: Matt Klein on Lyft Embracing Service Mesh Architecture by Srini Penchikala Follow 36 Followers Posted on Jul 03, 2018 DevOps Follow 899 Followers Cilium 1.0.0-rc4 Released: Transparently Secure Container Network Connectivity Utilising Linux BPF by Daniel Bryant Follow 735 Followers Posted on Mar 04, 2018 Cloud Follow 303 Followers CNCF Adds Security, Service Mesh and Tracing Projects: Docker Notary, Lyft Envoy and Uber Jaeger by Daniel Bryant Follow 735 Followers Posted on Oct 30, 2017

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Architecture & Design Follow 2247 Followers Matt Klein on Lyft’s Envoy, Including Edge Proxy, Service Mesh, & Potential AI Use Cases with Matt Klein Follow 3 Followers Posted on Jun 22, 2018 In this podcast, Wes Reisz talks to Matt Klein about Envoy. Envoy is a modern, high performance, small footprint edge and service proxy.

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Web API Follow 253 Followers Generating Unified APIs with Protocol Buffers and gRPC by Christopher Burnett Follow 0 Followers , Chris Roche Follow 0 Followers Posted on Sep 20, 2017 Chris Roche and Christopher Burnett discuss how they extended the Protocol Buffer (PB) IDL to create unified APIs and data models. From validation logic to automatic logging and statistics, PBs allows them to speed up development across Go, Python, and PHP stacks. They also show how they leverage the Envoy proxy to transparently upgrade HTTP/1.1 services to speak gRPC on the wire.

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