A Multi Mesh Management Tool
What is Service Mesh Hub
Service Mesh Hub is a Kubernetes-native management plane that enables configuration and operational management of multiple heterogeneous service meshes across multiple clusters through a unified API. The Service Mesh Hub API integrates with the leading service meshes and abstracts away differences between their disparate API’s, allowing users to configure a set of different service meshes through a single API. Service Mesh Hub is engineered with a focus on its utility as an operational management tool, providing both graphical and command line UIs, observability features, and debugging tools.
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Getting to know Service Mesh Hub
Service Mesh Hub can be run in its own cluster (or co-located with an existing mesh) and remotely operates and drives the configuration for specific service-mesh control planes. This allows Service Mesh Hub to discover meshes/workloads, establish federated identity, enable global traffic routing and load balancing, access control policy, centralized observability and more. We walk through each of these components in the following videos:
Videos: Take a dive into Service Mesh Hub
We’ve put together a handful of videos detailing the features of Service Mesh Hub.
Service Mesh Hub would not be possible without the valuable open-source work of projects in the community.