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Istio - An open platform to connect, manage, and secure microservices

  •    Go

An open platform to connect, manage, and secure microservices. Istio is an open platform for providing a uniform way to integrate microservices, manage traffic flow across microservices, enforce policies and aggregate telemetry data. Istio's control plane provides an abstraction layer over the underlying cluster management platform, such as Kubernetes, Mesos, etc.

linkerd2 - Ultralight service mesh for Kubernetes

  •    Go

Linkerd2 is an ultralight service mesh, designed to make modern applications safe and sane by transparently adding service discovery, load balancing, failure handling, instrumentation, and routing to all inter-service communication. Linkerd2 (pronouned "linker-DEE-two") acts as a transparent HTTP/gRPC/thrift/tcp/etc proxy, and can be deployed alongside existing applications regardless of what language they're written in. It works with many common protocols and utilizes Kubernetes as a backend for service discovery.




Kong - The Microservice API Gateway

  •    Lua

Kong is a cloud-native, fast, scalable, and distributed Microservice Abstraction Layer (also known as an API Gateway, API Middleware or in some cases Service Mesh). Backed by the battle-tested NGINX with a focus on high performance, Kong was made available as an open-source platform in 2015. Under active development, Kong is used in production at thousands of organizations from startups, Global 5000 and Government organizations.

skywalking - APM, Application Performance Monitoring System

  •    Java

SkyWalking: an APM(application performance monitor) system, especially designed for microservices, cloud native and container-based (Docker, Kubernetes, Mesos) architectures. SkyWalking is an open source APM system, including monitoring, tracing, diagnosing capabilities for distributed system in Cloud Native architecture. The core features are following.

kuma - The Universal Service Mesh

  •    Go

Kuma is a platform agnostic open-source control plane for Service Mesh and Microservices. It can run and be operated natively across both Kubernetes and VM environments, making it easy to adopt by every team in the organization. Bundling Envoy as a data-plane, Kuma can instrument any L4/L7 traffic to secure, observe, route and enhance connectivity between any service or database. It can be used natively in Kubernetes via CRDs or via a RESTful API across other environments like VMs and Bare Metal.


linkerd - Resilient service mesh for cloud native apps

  •    Scala

Linkerd is a transparent service mesh, designed to make modern applications safe and sane by transparently adding service discovery, load balancing, failure handling, instrumentation, and routing to all inter-service communication.linkerd (pronouned "linker-DEE") acts as a transparent HTTP/gRPC/thrift/etc proxy, and can usually be dropped into existing applications with a minimum of configuration, regardless of what language they're written in. It works with many common protocols and service discovery backends, including scheduled environments like Mesos and Kubernetes.

coolstore-microservices - :ferris_wheel: :sailboat: :ship: A containerized polyglot service mesh based on

  •    CSharp

The structure of README is inspired from GoogleCloudPlatform Demo. CoolStore is a containerised polyglot microservices application consisting of services based on .NET Core, NodeJS and more running on Service Mesh.

kiali - Kiali project, observability for the Istio service mesh

  •    Go

A Microservice Architecture breaks up the monolith into many smaller pieces that are composed together. Patterns to secure the communication between services like fault tolerance (via timeout, retry, circuit breaking, etc.) have come up as well as distributed tracing to be able to see where calls are going. A service mesh can now provide these services on a platform level and frees the application writers from those tasks. Routing decisions are done at the mesh level.

maesh - Simpler Service Mesh

  •    Go

Maesh is a simple, yet full-featured service mesh.. It is container-native and fits as your de-facto service mesh in your Kubernetes cluster. It supports the latest Service Mesh Interface specification SMI that facilitates integration with pre-existing solution. Moreover, Maesh is opt-in by default, which means that your existing services are unaffected until you decide to add them to the mesh. Maesh does not use any sidecar container but handles routing through proxy endpoints running on each node. The mesh controller runs in a dedicated pod and handles all the configuration parsing and deployment to the proxy nodes. Maesh supports multiple configuration options: annotations on user service objects, and SMI objects. Not using sidecars means that Maesh does not modify your kubernetes objects, and does not modify your traffic without your knowledge. Using the Maesh endpoints is all that is required.

linkerd-tcp - A TCP/TLS load balancer for the linkerd service mesh.

  •    Rust

A TCP load balancer for the linkerd service mesh.We ❤️ pull requests! See CONTRIBUTING.md for info on contributing changes.

Meshery - The service mesh management plane

  •    Javascript

Meshery is the multi-service mesh management plane offering lifecycle, configuration and performance management of service meshes and their workloads. Meshery manages the provisioning, configuration and operation your service mesh. While supporting different types of service meshes, Meshery also offers a simple way to explore each service mesh and compare them using bundled sample applications. Interoperate multiple service meshes with service mesh adapters provision, configure, and manage their respective service meshes.

pilot - Istio Pilot implementation

  •    Go

Istio Pilot provides platform-independant service discovery, and exposes an interface to configure rich L7 routing features such as label based routing across multiple service versions, fault injection, timeouts, retries, circuit breakers. It translates these configurations into sidecar-specific configuration and dynamically reconfigures the sidecars in the service mesh data plane. Platform-specific eccentricities are abstracted and a simplified service discovery interface is presented to the sidecars based on the Envoy data plane API.Please see Istio's traffic management concepts to learn more about the design of Pilot and the capabilities it provides.

Microservices-deployment-with-PaaS-Containers-and-Serverless-Platforms - PaaS platforms like Cloud Foundry, container orchestrators like Kubernetes, Serverless platforms like OpenWhisk and Service-mesh like Istio are all great technologies to deploy and manage your microservices on

  •    Javascript

PaaS platforms like Cloud Foundry, container orchestrators like Kubernetes, Serverless platforms like OpenWhisk and Service-mesh like Istio are all great technologies to deploy and manage your microservices on. Common wisdom says there is no such thing as too many choices, but abundance of choices can lead to analysis paralysis. In this code, we look at deployment experience the different platforms provide, and what do we gain and lose by choosing one vs another. We start with a sample Node.js monolithic application, Flightassist, factor it into two microservices, and then use it for demonstrating and comparing various deployment technologies. A set of trade-offs and comparisions can be made between these deployment models, and this application provides a basis for those discussions.

shopping-cart-k8s - Service Mesh patterns for Microservices

  •    CSharp

Building microservices application (Shopping Cart Application - Polyglot for services) using Kubernetes + Istio with its ecosystem parts.