Lyft, Principal Software Engineer
December 26th, 2018 | 31 mins 9 secs
Originally created by ride-hailing firm Lyft over three years ago, Envoy serves as a network proxy geared for microservice service mesh architectures and was open sourced about two and a half years ago. About a year after Envoy 1.0’s release, Envoy entered into the fray of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as an incubation project.
September 26th, 2017 | 27 mins 21 secs
cloud, envoy, lyft, microservices, pagerduty, pagerduty summit, service mesh, software engineering
How best should an organization transition its old behemoth monolith architecture into the bright shiny new world of microservices? The principal software engineer of the brightest and shiniest service out there, Lyft, tells us you don't have to. Matt Klein told The New Stack Scott Fulton at PagerDuty Summit 2017, that a start up, just like Lyft was a few short years ago, can develop its own monolith more easily than it can develop complex microservices.