Multiple clouds and private datacenters with dynamic IPs, ephemeral containers, dominated by east-west traffic, no clear network perimeters.
-Centralized registry to locate any service
-Services discovered and connected with centralized policies
-Network automated in service of applications
-Zero trust network enforced by identity-based security policies
Designed to be lightweight and seamless, NGINX Service Mesh scales from open source projects to a fully supported, secure, and scalable enterprise class solution that enables users to take control of Kubernetes with a turnkey, secure, service-to-service solution featuring a unified data plane for ingress and egress management in a single configuration.
NGINX Service Mesh provides the seamless and transparent load balancing, reverse proxy, traffic routing, identity, and encryption features needed for production-grade service mesh deployments. When paired with the NGINX Plus-based version of NGINX Ingress Controller, it provides a unified data plane that can be managed with a single configuration.
HashiCorp Consul is ranked 4th in Service Mesh while NGINX Service-Mesh is ranked 8th in Service Mesh. HashiCorp Consul is rated 0.0, while NGINX Service-Mesh is rated 0.0. On the other hand, HashiCorp Consul is most compared with AWS App Mesh, Kong Kuma, VMware Tanzu Service Mesh, Buoyant Linkerd and Envoy, whereas NGINX Service-Mesh is most compared with .
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