SmartList Market Guide on Service Mesh and Building Out Microservices Networking

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Author: Tom Petrocelli
Title: SmartList Market Guide – Service Mesh: Building Out Microservices Networks

A service mesh represents a required part of a system based on microservices and is likely to be as standard as a web server in an Internet application. – Tom Petrocelli

This Amalgam Insights’ SmartList explores key trends in microservices deployment and service mesh implementation, including Istio vs. Linkerd, modern microservice architecture considerations, and top vendors across the three segments of the service mesh market: Control Plane, Data Plane, and Value-Add.

Find out where vendors including A10, Amazon, Aspen Mesh, Buoyant, Google, Hashicorp, IBM, NGINX, Red Hat, Solo.io, Vamp, and other products and projects fit into your organization’s plans to manage microservices and the next generation of enterprise-scale application development.

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Author: Tom Petrocelli
Title: SmartList Market Guide – Service Mesh: Building Out Microservices Networks

Key Stakeholders:
Platform engineers and managers, system architects, CTOs, DevOps team leaders, developers, operations managers, and network engineers.

Why It Matters:
As microservices architectures and container clusters are deployed in production, a service mesh will be a required component. Understanding technology, projects, and vendors is an essential part of the knowledge base for anyone involved in designing and implementing these new system architectures.

Top Takeaway:
The current market for service mesh technology and products is still evolving with no clear leader. While the unfortunate rivalry between Istio and Linkerd is a distraction, it has not kept the market from growing rapidly. That said, the vendor support for the Istio-Envoy combination has garnered support from major vendors and driven a growing ecosystem. Even if Istio-Envoy become the mainstream technology for service mesh, there will continue to be plenty of room for products that provide more functionality.