network service mesh

Why Network Service Mesh’s Acceptance into the Cloud Native Computing Foundation Matters

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By Nikolay Nikolaev You may know that the Network Service Mesh (NSM) project is a sandbox project within the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). But the significance of the NSM project’s acceptance goes far beyond mere recognition and provides us opportunities to follow in the footsteps of graduated CNCF sandbox projects, such as Envoy, Prometheus and Kubernetes. If Read more...
code upstream

How to Get Your Code Upstream

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It’s not always obvious what really helps when it comes to getting your code upstream (i.e. accepted by core project maintainers). So, here’s a short primer based on my long experience as a Linux kernel developer and maintainer. First, why would you want to get your code upstream? For one thing, it reduces technical debt. Read more...
gRPC-Web

What You Gain by Implementing gRPC-Web for Istio and Envoy

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By Venil Noronha This is my second of two posts about the Linux Foundation’s recent gRPC Conference. Check out my first post for some reflections on the conference as a whole and a few observations about where gRPC is going four years after it was open sourced by Google. This time around, I’ll share some key points Read more...
VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs

Get Face to Face with VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs

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By Matthew McClure Introducing VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs, a new open source project now available in our GitHub repository. VMware Interface for Accelerator APIs enables day-zero usage of new Accelerator APIs by utilizing a client/server model written in C/C++. The typical process would be placing a server on a host or virtual machine (VM) Read more...