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Meshery Adapter for AWS App Mesh

AWS App Mesh

Meshery Adapter for AWS App Mesh

AWS App Mesh makes it easy to monitor, control, and debug the communications between services. App Mesh uses Envoy, an open source service mesh proxy which is deployed alongside your microservice containers. App Mesh is integrated with AWS services for monitoring and tracing, and it works with many popular third-party tools. App Mesh can be used with microservice containers managed by Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, AWS Fargate, Kubernetes running on AWS, and services running on Amazon EC2.


Meshery - the Service Mesh Management Plane Meshery is the multi-service mesh management plane offering lifecycle management of more types of service meshes than any other tool available today. Meshery facilitates adopting, configuring, operating and managing performance of different service meshes and incorporates the collection and display of metrics from applications running on top of any service mesh.

If you’re using Meshery or if you like the project, please star this repository to show your support! 🤩

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.
✔️ To access the Community Drive, fill Community Member Form.
✔️ 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.


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