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Using Linkerd with Kubernetes RBAC

  • July 24, 2017

If you're running Kubernetes 1.6 or later, you can optionally make use of Kubernetes' new support for RBAC (role-based access control), which allows you to restrict who can access the Kubernetes…

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A Service Mesh For Kubernetes Part XI: Egress

  • June 20, 2017

In previous posts in this series, we’ve demonstrated how Linkerd can act as an ingress to a Kubernetes cluster, handling all requests coming from outside of the cluster and sending them to…

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Announcing Linkerd 1.0

  • April 25, 2017

Today, we’re thrilled to announce Linkerd version 1.0. A little more than one year from our initial launch, Linkerd is part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and has a thriving community of…

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What’s a service mesh? And why do I need one?

  • April 25, 2017

tl;dr: A service mesh is a dedicated infrastructure layer for making service-to-service communication safe, fast, and reliable. If you’re building a cloud native application, you need a service mesh. Over…

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Introducing Linkerd-tcp

  • March 29, 2017

Yesterday, at Kubecon EU, I announced an exciting new project in the Linkerd family: Linkerd-tcp. Linkerd-tcp is a lightweight, service-discovery-aware, TLS-ing TCP load balancer that integrates directly with the existing Linkerd service…

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Announcing one hundred billion production requests!

  • March 7, 2017

We’re happy to announce that, one year after version 0.1.0 was released, Linkerd has processed over 100 billion production requests in companies around the world. Happy birthday, Linkerd! Let’s take a look at all…

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