Summary: Modern workloads and environments needed a new approach to networking security. The traditional Linux networking approach doesn’t work in a cloud-native environment. Isovalent, the parent company of Cilium which is based on eBPF, is reinventing Linux networking for modern workloads. We sat down with the CEO and Co-Founder of Isovalent, Dan Wendlandt to talk about how traditional Linux networking doesn’t work in the modern world; how Cilium and eBPF is trying to solve this problem, and how Isovalent is bringing these capabilities and solutions to users.
[su_note note_color=”#e4e4e4″ text_color=”#000″ class=”hvr-grow”]Isovalent makes software that helps enterprises connect, monitor and secure mission-critical workloads in modern, cloud-native ways. Its flagship technology, Cilium, is the choice of leading global organizations including Adobe, Capital One, Datadog, GitLab, and many more. [/su_note]