Los Angeles, California + Virtual
That’s a wrap on Cloud Native Wasm Day at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon NA 2021! Thank you to all the attendees, sponsors, and speakers that joined us virtually this year.
The event platform will continue to be accessible through November 24, 2021. You can continue to view session recordings, visit sponsor booths and enjoy many of our experiences, including our Slack workspace which will remain open till October 25, 2021. Additionally, all session recordings will be uploaded to the CNCF YouTube channel two weeks from the event date.
Save the Dates!
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2022 | May 17-20, 2022 | Valencia, Spain
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022 | October 25-28, 2022 | Detroit, MI
The application of Wasm has already started expanding in cloud-native infrastructure to Kubernetes, Envoy Proxy, and Envoy based solutions like Istio and Gloo. In particular, the Envoy project has been working to integrate and stabilize the use of Wasm as the model going forward for extensibility. Envoy is popular for its cloud-native architecture, performance, and that it can be extended in many ways through the use of filters, tracers, monitors, and more. Specifically, the filters are what’s used to modify the behavior of the proxy to manipulate the traffic that flows through it. The proxy ships with some filters out-of-the-box and with the open nature of Envoy, any end user can write and add their own filter to extend Envoy.