Meshery, the cloud native manager
Meshery was accepted to CNCF on June 22, 2021 and is at the Sandbox project maturity level.
Today started learning about @layer5
Learned about- what's a service mesh, the architecture of meshery, and done with setting up the project in my system. Will be sharing my learning every day, really excited to make contributions to @mesheryio
Hello 👋 everyone
If you are looking to start your open-source journey 👀 and are not able to find the projects to contribute to, you can try contributing to the @layer5 @mesheryio
Trust me, the best community to get started on your open-source journey 😍🥳.
We can't wait to show you our Meshery Playground where you can explore the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's graduated, incubation, and sandbox projects as well as many other popular open source projects!
More on Meshery Playground here: https://t.co/1EBFsXMkMu
🎧 Great new podcast available on the topic of Meshery! I go into detail with @lcalcote and @sheriffjackson about service mesh for Docker Desktop and Compose apps with the new @mesheryio extension for Docker Desktop. #servicemesh #kubernetes #docker #devops
Meshery supports 10 service meshes, over 100 components and can run over 68,000 performance tests! 🤯
More on it's capabilities here: https://t.co/ALqC0U666R
What is a Meshery Application?
A single file that comprises Kubernetes objects representative of a complete set of Kubernetes workload resources.
Want to learn more about Meshery's application management features? You can get started today! https://t.co/9E682GX5zC
To understand Meshery better, here's a small diagram to show different infrastructure planes.
Meshery is an open source, cloud native management layer that enables Kubernetes, any service mesh, and their workloads to be adopted, operated, and managed.
Did you know Meshery provides two APIs: GraphQL API and REST API?
Check out our project here: https://t.co/JSISnyjHn9
#meshery #API #opensource