Service meshes were developed to help deal with the great increase in complexity that came along with containers, microservices, and other cloud-native technologies that spread workloads that traditionally have been handled by large monolithic applications across multiple servers and even multiple clouds. While this has been a boon for DevOps teams -- development and deployment don't have to be put on hold while modifications are being made elsewhere in an application -- it's created a new set of issues.
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