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Anchoring Abstractions with Mesh Technology

As organizations move to support new business models with advanced infrastructure, they’re faced with increasing operational complexity and additional challenges to expand their capabilities. Because of their distributed nature, application architectures and patterns like microservices need new networking models to perform well across multiple cloud environments. 

Although much has been said of service mesh technology, this paper reveals new approaches that embrace the full set of services required by this next class of connected applications. These approaches could help organizations tame operational complexity and take real advantage of hybrid and dispersed infrastructure models.

In this paper, you’ll learn about various requirements for application networking requirements:

  • Interconnectivity spanning across cloud providers and geographies
  • Trust and identity management that covers multiple cloud environments
  • Security controls to support and effectively manage hybrid multi-cloud application models
  • Intelligently designed interconnection layers, especially when delivering application services for observability and resiliency
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