The New Service Mesh

Existing "service mesh" solutions are meshes of proxies. Netifi is the first real mesh network of services.

The Service Mesh Should Simplify Your Life, Not Complicate It



Existing meshes require doubling the size of your infrastructure by requiring you to run proxies for every single service instance that you deploy, increasing operational overhead and cost, while reducing overall performance.


Netifi forms a virtual point-to-point network between all of your services. No need for deploying and managing proxies. We do what TCP/IP does for the Internet for your microservices: provide lightning fast and secure communication between your microservices wherever they are deployed.

Netifi Gives You The Benefits of a Service Mesh Without the Drawbacks

No Code Changes

Requires no changes to your existing applications. Netifi's technology can use your existing service discovery mechanism out of the box.

Unified Security Model

Secure all of your services using the same technology and rules across all deployment environments.

Centralized Management

With Netifi you can view and manage all of your services through a single pane of glass no matter where they are running.

Deployment Flexibility

On-prem, in the cloud, using Kubernetes, it doesn't matter with Netifi. Netifi works across all deployment and runtime topologies.

Secure By Default

With Netifi services are not exposed by default. You decide which services you expose to consumers.

No Sidecars

Netifi requires only a single deployable. Deploy the Netifi Broker into your environment and your services will be automatically managed and secured by Netifi. No need for sidecar proxies for every application.

Deploy Netifi on Any Platform

Netifi is supported on all of the most popular platforms and can be deployed in cloud, on-premises, or hybrid configurations.

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