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Gloo Fabric by Solo.io promises secure multi-cloud discovery and connectivity for enterprises

Gloo Fabric by Solo.io promises secure multi-cloud discovery and connectivity for enterprises

Solo.io, a company specializing in service mesh and API management platforms, has expanded its Gloo platform with the launch of Gloo fabric. The company says the platform offers a multi-cloud networking solution that integrates security measures for enterprise customers. Having a single, integrated platform for Kubernetes could make application development and management easier for enterprises seeking to have a unified cloud-to-edge development strategy.

Solo.io launched the Gloo platform in the second half of 2022. This platform combines API gateway, service mesh, security and cloud-networking capabilities into a unified and comprehensive application networking platform. Solo.io seeks to provide zero-trust security and advanced networking capabilities for customers’ Kubernetes operations.

“Gloo Fabric builds upon the many years of expertise that Solo has built in securing and networking diverse, distributed applications. Customers want a platform that lets them migrate applications that make sense for their business,” says Idit Levine, the CEO and founder of Solo.io.

Managing different teams involved in scaling applications, governing the security and handling microservices within a multi-cloud infrastructure is challenging for organizations, according to Solo.io. The Solo.io Gloo platform addresses these challenges by offering a unified solution that manages all building blocks and incorporates all necessary tools.

Organizations often use virtual machines to deploy pre-existing applications while using containers and serverless environments for running new applications. The company says Gloo Fabric provides a distinct method for discovering, connecting, and monitoring cloud providers and workloads.

“Migrating applications to the cloud is a top priority for all of our customers, but existing solutions have prevented them from successful migrations. They want a platform that lets them migrate applications that make sense for their business,” Levine adds.

According to Solo.io, the Gloo Fabric platform has a dynamic discovery feature that identifies resources in Kubernetes clusters, virtual machines and serverless resources in any cloud environment. Workspaces can organize the identified resources into a separate network corresponding to team boundaries across cloud providers. The resources are mapped across different infrastructures, clusters and cloud networking virtual private clouds.

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