Topic: kuma

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kuma

Kuma is an open-source control plane for service mesh that is built on top of Envoy, which is an open-source service proxy.  It features an out-of-the-box L4 and L7 policy architecture, allowing users to quickly set it up and enable zero trust security, observability, discovery, routing, and traffic reliability.  Other features include multi-zone deployment for … continue reading

Kong brings updated universal service mesh Kuma to CNCF

Kong has announced a significant upgrade to its open-source universal service mesh. Kuma 0.6 features a “hybrid universal mode” that will enable the service mesh to support complex applications in heterogeneous environments such as VMs, Kubernetes clusters, and multiple data centers.  With the new release, Kong also announced it will be donating Kuma to the … continue reading

ITOps Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Kuma

Earlier this week, Kong announced that it was releasing a new open-source service mesh, Kuma.  Kuma is based on the Envoy proxy, which is an open-source edge and service proxy. “It’s been amazing to see how quickly Envoy has been adopted by the tech community, and I’m super excited by Kong’s new ‘Kuma’ project,” said … continue reading

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