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Learn Layer5 (learn to service mesh)

The Learn Layer5 sample application is to be available for use across all service meshes that Meshery supports and is to used as:

Application Architecture

The Learn Layer5 application includes three services: app-a, app-b, and app-c. Though they are different services, they are defined using the same app (source code in ./service). Each service is listening on port 9091/tcp.

Service

The following are the routes defined by the service app and their functionality.

POST /call

This route makes the service make requests to another service. Metrics are collected for this route. sample usage given below:

# Command
curl --location --request POST 'http://service-a:9091/call' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--data-raw '{
"url": "http://service-b:9091/call",
"body": "{\r\n\"url\": \"http:\/\/service-c:9091\/echo\",\r\n\"body\": \"\",\r\n\"method\": \"GET\"\r\n}",
"method": "POST",
"headers": {
    "h1":"v1"
}
}'

# No Output
GET /echo HTTP/1.1
Host: service-c:9091
User-Agent: Go-http-client/1.1
Accept-Encoding: gzip
Servicename: Service-B

In the above example, we are making a post request to service-a with the body:

{
  "url": "http://service-b:9091/call",
  "body": "{\r\n\"url\": \"http:\/\/service-c:9091\/echo\",\r\n\"body\": \"\",\r\n\"method\": \"GET\"\r\n}",
  "method": "POST",
  "headers": {
      "h1":"v1"
  }
}

This will make service-a to make a POST request to http://service-b:9091/call with the headers specified above, and the body:

{
  "url": "http://service-c:9091/echo",
  "body":"",
  "method": "GET"
}

This inturn will make service-b to make a GET request to http://service-c:9091/echo.

GET /metrics

Gets the metrics from service-a

# Command
curl --location --request GET 'http://service-b:9091/metrics'
# Output
{
    "ReqReceived": [
        "Service-A"
    ],
    "RespSucceeded": [
        {
            "URL": "http://service-c:9091/echo",
            "Method": "GET",
            "Headers": null
        }
    ],
    "RespFailed": []
}
  • In ReqReceived we see list of requests service-b received and from whom it received. Here we see service-A. Actually each of the service sets a header ServiceName which is read by the service to determine the sender.
  • As service-b made a request to service-c and the request succeeded, we can see the details in the list of successful responses (RespSucceeded).

DELETE /metrics

Clears the counters in service

# Command
curl --location --request DELETE 'http://34.68.35.174:9091/metrics'
# No Output

Note: metrics are collected only for /call and /echo.

Service Mesh Interface (SMI) Conformance

The learn-layer5 application serves as a sample application to validate the conformance of any service mesh with the SMI specifications. To verify SMI conformance, run Meshery and the Meshery adapter for the specific service mesh you wish to test. Invoke the suite of SMI conformance tests on the specific service mesh you would like to validate.

Invoking conformance tests

As a Service Mesh user Meshery allows you to schedule tests and invoke them programmatically. Meshery will store these test results and allow you to retrieve them later.

As a Service Mesh maker Meshery guarantees provenance of these tests and facilitates the public publicing of this suite of tests results into a versioned, public matrix of conformance status (consisting of both supported capabilities and test compliance).



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Community and Contributing

Our projects are community-built and welcome collaboration. 👍 Be sure to see the Layer5 Community Welcome Guide for a tour of resources available to you and jump into our Slack! Contributors are expected to adhere to the CNCF Code of Conduct.

Layer5 Service Mesh Community

Layer5 Service Mesh Community

✔️ Join any or all of the weekly meetings on the community calendar.
✔️ Watch community meeting recordings.
✔️ Access the community drive.
✔️ Discuss in the Community Forum.

Not sure where to start? Grab an open issue with the help-wanted label.

About Layer5

Community First

The Layer5 community represents the largest collection of service mesh projects and their maintainers in the world.

Open Source First

We build projects to provide learning environments, deployment and operational best practices, performance benchmarks, create documentation, share networking opportunities, and more. Our shared commitment to the open source spirit pushes Layer5 projects forward.

License

This repository and site are available as open source under the terms of the Apache 2.0 License.