Maesh is a straight-forward, easy to configure, and non-invasive service mesh that allows visibility and management of the traffic flows inside any Kubernetes cluster.
By improving monitoring, logging, and visibility, as well as implementing access controls. Allows administrators to increase the security of their clusters easily and quickly.
By being able to monitor and trace how applications communicate in your Kubernetes cluster, administrators are able to optimize internal communications, and improve application performance.
Reducing the time to learn, install, and configure makes it easier to implement, and to provide value for the time actually spent implementing. Administrators can focus on their business applications.
Being open source means that there is no vendor lock-in, as Maesh is opt-in by design. Being able to see where resources are underutilized, or where services are overloaded quickly and easily can save money by allowing resources to be allocated properly.
Built on top of the leading Traefik proxy for routing.
No control on the internal communication, and no tracing, monitoring possible.
Internal communication fully controlled and monitored.
Able to provide all the features that Traefik offers.
Driven by the community.
Avoid any form of lock-in.
OpenTracing Support: Works with all compliant OpenTracing systems.
Out-of-the-box Metrics: Pre-installed with Prometheus and Grafana.
HTTP layer: HTTPS, HTTP/2, native gRPC, Websockets.
TCP layer: Route raw TCP connection for any applicative protocol other than HTTP.
Load balancing: From weighted round-robin to canary deployments.
Retries & failovers: Don’t let a network hiccup affect your customers.
Circuit breakers & rate limits: Always answers valuable content.
SMI Compliance: Supports the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) specification.
Access controls: Control who has access to which resource.
One-line Installation: Get all features from startup with a single command line.
Non-invasive: Maesh does not use any sidecar container and does not need any pod-injection.
Maesh integrates into Kubernetes natively. Use it with your current ingress controller, and test it out. Use the Maesh services as your ingress endpoints, and see what Maesh can do for you!
Maesh is installable via Helm, and is extremely easy to customize, or to package into other solutions that are able to deploy charts.
Install Maesh and test how it performs on your environments, without having to commit or submit to invasive pod-injection conditions!