This groundbreaking Amalgam Insights Technical Guide on the Service Mesh provides enterprise architects, CTOs, and developer teams with the guidance they need to understand the microservices architecture, service mesh architecture, and OSI model context necessary to conceptualize Service Mesh.
As this report’s author, Tom Petrocelli states:
A service mesh represents a required part of a system based on microservices and Amalgam Insights expects the service mesh to be as standard as a web server in an Internet application.
Platform engineers and managers, system architects, CTOs, DevOps team leaders, developers, operations managers, performance engineers, 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.
Microservices and container clusters have a fundamentally different architecture compared to legacy systems deployments. A service mesh represents a required part of a system based on microservices and Amalgam Insights expects the service mesh to be as standard as a web server in an Internet application.