Tetrate, the company accelerating enterprise service mesh adoption, driving zero-trust architecture and reducing hybrid cloud complexity, added a series of new enterprise customers in the first quarter of 2023, signaling rapid maturation and a corresponding heat-up in the service mesh market. The massive 50% boost in customer count is a trend the company expects to continue.
The announcement was made at KubeCon Europe in Amsterdam, where the company is showcasing the newest addition to its product lineup, Tetrate Service Express (TSE). The new offering further expands the Tetrate service mesh product family, cementing Tetrate as the only company to offer service mesh for every size of user:
- Tetrate Istio Distribution offers Istio open source to users.
- Tetrate Istio Subscription offers the support and services enterprises need for successful deployment.
- TSE offers Istio service mesh for AWS, integrated into Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).
- Tetrate Service Bridge offers multicluster, multicloud, multiteam application connectivity and security.
TSE is designed to offer an easy-to-deploy option on AWS EKS with the most-popular integrations to AWS services so DevOps and DevSecOps teams can start fast and quickly gauge the ROI of an Istio-powered service mesh across their enterprise.
Enterprise customers signing during Q1 included Freddie Mac, Visa and Microstrategy. The company’s go-to-market program has scaled up during the first quarter, led by Matt Murphy, head of global sales and customer success. Murphy brings over a decade of sales management experience scaling high growth sales teams at companies such as New Relic, DataDog and PagerDuty. Matt’s deep understanding of DevSecOps and modernization initiatives surrounding digital transformation is helping Tetrate’s customers and partners quickly realize value.