Layer5, the service mesh company, representing every service mesh
The Layer5 community represents the largest collection of service mesh projects and their maintainers in the world.
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We create and steward initiatives that press on the service mesh-centric envelope of Cloud Native. Our shared commitment to the open source spirit compels our community members to push Layer5 projects forward.
Meshery is a multi-service mesh management plane offering lifecycle management of more types of service meshes than any other tool available today. Meshery facilitates adopting, configuring, operating and managing performance of different service meshes and incorporates the collection and display of metrics from applications running on top of any service mesh.
The Service Mesh Landscape is a comprehensive collection of prominent service mesh projects and offerings laid out in contrast to one another.
The Service Mesh Performance (SMP) is a vendor-neutral specification for capturing details of environment and infrastructure details, service mesh and its configuration, service / application details, and bundling of statistical analysis of results.
Image Hub is a demo application which runs on Consul and facilitates exploring WebAssembly modules used as Envoy Filters.
Meshery Operator is the multi-service mesh operator and implementation of MeshSync.
Learn Layer5 is a sample application for learning how service meshes work which also provides SMI Conformance testing.
SMI Conformance includes all service mesh projects participating in the Service Mesh Interface specification.
Nighthawk is a Layer 7 (HTTP/HTTPS/HTTP2) performance characterization tool. Nighthawk is Envoy’s load generator and is written in C++.
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