Ambassador Labs announced the release of their Developer Control Plane (DCP). The DCP brings together tooling to support the full development and operations of Kubernetes based services. This includes popular Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) tools such as Argo, Telepresence, and Envoy Proxy.
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Kubernetes isn’t just a change in platform; it is a change in the development workflow. Before Kubernetes, monolith applications had static and separate, dev and ops workflows. The workflows had to be fixed and static since everyone was working on a big block of code that would get released at set intervals. The perfect storm of DevOps, microservices and cloud has changed the development process. What was once controlled, static and monolithic is now decentralized, dynamic and focused on developers delivering services, not just code. Ambassador Labs is building the DevOps stack for Kubernetes.
Built for Kubernetes managed environments, the Ambassador Edge Stack, goes beyond traditional API Gateways and Ingress Controllers with the advanced edge features needed to support DevOps for Kubernetes. Built on the industry-leading Envoy Proxy, the Ambassador Edge Stack is available in both open-source and commercial editions. Ambassador Edge Stack is the most popular Kubernetes-native API Gateway.
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Ambassador Labs, the company behind both the Emissary Ingress and Telepresence (CNCF) projects, recently introduced its Ambassador Developer Control Plane (DCP) in an effort to combat the tool sprawl that CEO Richard Li says is plaguing developers. “Developers who are building software on Kubernetes, they are being asked not to just write code, but they’re...
Industry-first solution simplifies cloud native software development complexities by integrating popular open source technologies to transform how developers code, ship, and run apps for Kubernetes.
The Ambassador Labs Developer Control Plane makes it simpler for development teams to add and replace tools to any toolchain they construct.
The technical oversight committee for the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today that an emissary-ingress gateway for application programming interfaces (APIs) and an ingress controller designed to run natively on Kubernetes, formerly known as Ambassador, has become an incubation-level project.
The CNCF Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) has voted to accept emissary-ingress as a CNCF incubating project. Emissary-ingress, formerly known as Ambassador, is an open source ingress controller and API Gateway for Kubernetes. It is built on Envoy Proxy and supports a wide range of use cases for ingress, including load balancing, authentication, and observability.
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