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.

Note: diagram reflects Service Mesh Hub v0.6.1

Getting to know Service Mesh Hub

Service Mesh Hub Architecture

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.


There are many ways to get involved in an open source community and contribute to the project. Watch this talk to learn more about the architecture and how it works.

Community Meetings

Calls will be held every other Wednesday at 10am Pacific Time and are open to the general public. These meetings will be recorded and posted publicly to YouTube.

Questions and Resources

If you have questions, please join the #Service-Mesh-Hub channel in the community slack. More information is available on the website and in the docs


Service Mesh Hub would not be possible without the valuable open-source work of projects in the community.