Press release

Tetrate Works with Amazon Web Services to Bring Enterprise-grade Envoy to AWS App Mesh Users

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Tetrate,
the recently
launched
enterprise service mesh company, today announced its
support for the launch of Amazon Web Services (AWS) App Mesh, a cloud
service that makes it easy to run microservices by providing consistent
visibility and network traffic controls for each microservice in an
application. The two companies will demonstrate AWS App Mesh and Tetrate
GetEnvoy for Global 2000 enterprises for the first time at Service
Mesh Day
on March 29, 2019 in San Francisco.

Tetrate
GetEnvoy
, which provides certified builds of Envoy, can now be used
by AWS App Mesh customers with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon
EC2), Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), and Amazon Elastic
Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). This allows customers to
have one set of verified and approved builds of Envoy across their
private cloud data center and AWS, increasing reliability of Envoy
in microservices environments.

According to a recent Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) survey,
Envoy
production usage in large organizations jumped from four percent to 24
percent between March – October 2018. Tetrate first announced
its GetEnvoy product on March 13, 2019 for private cloud users.

“AWS App Mesh brings end-to-end visibility and controls for high
availability to microservices running on AWS,” said Deepak Singh,
Director, Compute Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Customers using
AWS App Mesh can use Tetrate for a consistent experience of
connectivity, as well as easier traffic shifting for migration or
disaster recovery to run microservices in data centers and AWS.”

“Today, many customers are running applications on the cloud,” said
Varun Talwar, CEO of Tetrate. “We are very excited about our support for
the launch of AWS App Mesh because it enables consistency of experience
for customers as it relates to understanding performance of applications
and configuring their availability. We will continue to work with AWS to
promote enterprise adoption of Envoy and service mesh.”

By leveraging AWS App Mesh, Tetrate can generate continuous improvements
for hybrid cloud customers who can use service mesh infrastructure to
control, manage, observe and secure hundreds of services at a time. For
more perspective on the relationship between Tetrate and AWS and what it
means for Global 2000 organizations and the community, please read the
blog post published here: https://www.tetrate.io/blog/appmesh-tetrate-integration/.

To register for Service Mesh Day, please visit https://servicemeshday.com/.

About Tetrate

Tetrate is a leading enterprise-grade service mesh company founded by
key creators and maintainers of the Istio and Envoy open-source
projects. The company’s service mesh platform makes it easy for DevOps,
security, and network administrators to manage the complexity of modern
hybrid cloud application infrastructure. Backed by Dell
Technologies Capital
, 8VC,
Intel
Capital
, Samsung
NEXT
, Pankaj
Patel
, BV
Jagadeesh
, Guido
Appenzeller
, David
Eckstein
and Shiva
Rajaraman
, Tetrate is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. https://www.tetrate.io/