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Chief Software Architect of Airwallex
We've implemented an Apache APISIX-based API gateway and have made a smooth transition to multi-cloud and microservices architectures thanks to APISIX's highly optimized and scalable platform and the support of our developer community!
We have been following and contributing to Apache APISIX since its first release, and our team members have been elected as Committers for the project. We believe more companies and individuals will join in and make the community more prosperous.
Head of Meicai's basic service platform
We investigated Apache APISIX, a cloud-native, high-performance, scalable microservices API gateway. It not only has friendly support for native Nginx features, but also inherits the high concurrency, high performance, and high reliability of Nginx, and provides rich plugins such as grayscale, rate limiting, and authorized authentication to better serve the business. is a very good choice for gateway selection.
We investigated many API gateways and finally chose Apache APISIX as the core component of the next generation API gateway because of its high performance, high scalability, and active community. I hope this project will grow even more in the near future and have a more profound impact on the microservices space.
Traffic Split is a feature that splits and deliveries traffic to multiple backend services. Solutions like API Gateway (e.g. Apache APISIX and Traefik), Service Mesh (e.g. Istio and Linkerd) are capable of doing traffic splitting and implement functionalities like Canary Release and Blue-Green Deployment.
Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), a hosted Kubernetes service, allows you to easily run Kubernetes loads on Amazon Cloud Technologies without the need for control plane or node installation and maintenance.
The Nginx ingress controller helps us maintain state synchronization between the Kubernetes cluster and Nginx, and provides basic reverse proxy capabilities, so why would we want to build our own wheels? The needs of the business cannot be ignored, and we expect more from the ingress controller.