Studies show that 91% of enterprises are using or have plans to use microservices. However, microservices can’t function alone — they often work together to compose larger applications. As organizations build out more microservices, often using different languages and deployment models, they end up with complex environments that can be costly and difficult to operate.
A service mesh is typically used to abstract the governance considerations, regardless of the technology used to build. According to Gartner and IDC, companies deploying microservices to production will require some form of service mesh capabilities by 2020 in order to scale.
In this webinar, you will learn:
Kevin Balaji, Product Marketing Manager, MuleSoft
Chirag Narang, Product Manager, MuleSoft