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Meshery is the multi-service mesh management plane offering lifecycle, configuration, and performance management of service meshes and their workloads.
See the getting started section to quickly deploy Meshery on any of these supported platforms:
|Docker - Docker App||✔️|
|Kubernetes - AKS||✔️|
|Kubernetes - Docker Desktop||✔️|
|Kubernetes - EKS||✔️|
|Kubernetes - GKE||✔️|
|Kubernetes - Helm||✔️|
|Kubernetes - kind||✔️|
|Kubernetes - Minikube||✔️|
|Kubernetes - OpenShift||In Progress|
|Mac - Homebrew||✔️|
|Raspberry Pi||In Progress|
Meshery documentation offers thorough installation guides for your platform of choice.
Service mesh adapters provision, configure, and manage their respective service meshes.
|Meshery adapter for Istio|
|Meshery adapter for Linkerd|
|Meshery adapter for Consul|
|Meshery adapter for Octarine|
|Meshery adapter for Network Service Mesh|
|Meshery adapter for Kuma|
|Meshery adapter for Open Service Mesh|
|Meshery adapter for Citrix CPX|
|Meshery adapter for Traefik Mesh|
|Meshery adapter for NGINX Service Mesh|
|Meshery adapter for Tanzu SM|
|Meshery adapter for App Mesh|
Interoperate multiple service meshes with service mesh adapters provision, configure, and manage their respective service meshes. Meshery is an implementation of the Service Mesh Interface (SMI).
Assess your service mesh configuration against deployment and operational best practices with Meshery's configuration validator.
Onboard your workload onto the service mesh with confidence. Check your service mesh configuration for anti-patterns and avoid common pitfalls.
In an effort to produce service mesh agnostic tooling, Meshery uses the service mesh performance as a common format to capture and measure your mesh's performance against a universal service mesh performance index. As a partner of VMware's Multi-Vendor Service Mesh Interoperation (Hamlet) and Service Mesh Interface (SMI), Meshery participates in advancing service mesh adoption through the standardization of APIs.
Meshery is the service-mesh-neutral utility for uniformly managing the performance of services and the meshes that run them. As an implementation of the Service Mesh Performance (SMP), Meshery enables you to measure the value provided by a service mesh in the context of the overhead incurred.
Meshery provides tooling to validate any service mesh that claims to implement and conform to SMI specifications. Working in accordance with the SMI Conformance project, it essentially provides:
✔︎ Defines compliant behavior.
✔︎ Produces compatibility matrix.
✔︎ Ensures provenance of results.
✔︎ Runs a set of conformance tests.
✔︎ Built into the participating service mesh’s release pipeline.
✔︎ Provides Learn Layer5 sample application used for validating test assertions.
You may deploy Meshery internal to your cluster or external to your cluster.Meshery's architecture.
Our projects are community-built and welcome collaboration. 👍 Be sure to see the Layer5 Community Welcome Guide for a tour of resources available to you and see the Layer5 Repository Overview for a cursory description of repository by technology and programming language. Jump into community Slack to engage!
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We're a warm and welcoming community of open source contributors. Please join. All types of contributions are welcome. Be sure to read the Meshery Contributors Welcome Guide for a tour of resources available to you and how to get started.
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