EnRoute is an Ingress Controller API Gateway built using Envoy Proxy. EnRoute is completely cloud-native and can be configured using it's easy-to-use interface. CRDs can be used to setup EnRoute. Using the configuration provided by the user, EnRoute computes Envoy configuration to program it
When installing EnRoute through helm charts, the community edition of EnRoute is automatically selected. The repository location in helm chart points to the community edition.
The open source version can be accessed using the github repository
To try the enterprise version, get in touch with us.
EnRoute has an OSS version that can be accessed on github repo
Upgrading to Enterprise version of EnRoute is extremely easy. EnRoute enterprise versions are hosted in a separate repository and can be used to run the Enterprise version. You can get in touch with us and we can help you out with it.
EnRoute is an Ingress Controller API Gateway. It is used to manage traffic entering a Kubernetes Cluster.
EnRoute is not a service mesh. EnRoute integrates with a service mesh like Istio and Linkerd.
EnRoute open source is minimal, while community edition is closed source but has a lot more features compared to open source. The support in community version is through community slack. The Enterprise version of EnRoute has additional features, a dedicated slack support channel compared to community version.
Yes, we provide a FIPS ready image for each EnRoute Enterprise version. You can contact us if you need more information.
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