Sidecarless Service Mesh: Are you ready?

You may already be familiar with Service Mesh if you work in the software development field. There has been a growing trend towards using it in mainstream software development practices for about two to three years now. InfoQ in their Software Architecture Trends 2021 report, had put Service Mesh into the Early Majority pillar.

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