:balloon: Welcome to Conduit! :wave:
Conduit is an ultralight service mesh for Kubernetes. It features a minimalist control plane written in Go, and a native proxy data plane written in Rust that boasts the performance of C without the heartbleed.
Conduit is alpha. It is capable of proxying all TCP traffic, and reporting
top-line metrics (success rates, latencies, etc) for all HTTP, HTTP/2, and gRPC traffic.
It currently does not work with websockets or with HTTP tunneling--see the
--skip-outbound-ports flag for how to exclude these types of traffic.
- conduit-users mailing list: Conduit user discussion mailing list.
- conduit-dev mailing list: Conduit development discussion mailing list.
- conduit-announce mailing list: Conduit announcements only (low volume).
- Follow @RunConduit on Twitter.
- Join the #conduit channel on the Linkerd Slack.
Getting started with Conduit
Install the Conduit CLI with
curl https://run.conduit.io/install | sh.
Install Conduit into your Kubernetes cluster with:
conduit install | kubectl apply -f -.
Verify that the installation succeeded with
Explore the Conduit controller with
Optionally, install a demo application to run with Conduit.
Add your own service to the Conduit mesh!
Working in this repo
BUILD.md includes general information on how to work in this repo.
Code of conduct
This project is for everyone. We ask that our users and contributors take a few minutes to review our code of conduct.
Conduit is copyright 2018 Buoyant, Inc. All rights reserved.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use these files except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at
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