As a self-service engineering platform, Meshery enables collaborative design and operation of cloud and cloud native infrastructure.

Overview & Installation


  • AKS - Manage your AKS clusters with Meshery. Deploy Meshery in AKS in-cluster or out-of-cluster.
  • Bash - Install Meshery CLI on Linux or MacOS with Bash
  • Brew - Install Meshery CLI on Linux or MacOS with Brew
  • Codespaces - Build and contribute to Meshery using GitHub Codespaces
  • Compatibility Matrix - An installation compatibility matrix and project test status dashboard.
  • Docker Extension - Install Docker Extension for Meshery
  • Docker - Install Meshery on Docker
  • EKS - Install Meshery on Elastic Kubernetes Service. Deploy Meshery in EKS in-cluster or outside of EKS out-of-cluster.
  • GKE - Install Meshery on Google Kubernetes Engine. Deploy Meshery in GKE in-cluster or outside of GKE out-of-cluster.
  • Helm - Install Meshery on Kubernetes using Helm. Deploy Meshery in Kubernetes in-cluster.
  • KinD - Install Meshery on KinD. Deploy Meshery in KinD in-cluster or outside of KinD out-of-cluster.
  • Kubernetes - Install Meshery on Kubernetes. Deploy Meshery in Kubernetes in-cluster or outside of Kubernetes out-of-cluster.
  • KubeSphere - Install Meshery on KubeSphere
  • Install Meshery CLI on Linux or Mac - Install Meshery CLI on Linux or Mac
  • Minikube - Install Meshery on Minikube. Deploy Meshery in Minikube in-cluster or outside of Minikube out-of-cluster.
  • Meshery Playground - Details of the cloud native playground
  • Scoop - Install Meshery CLI on Windows with Scoop
  • Install Meshery CLI on Windows - Install Meshery CLI on Windows


  • Components - Meshery Components identify and characterize infrastructure under management.
  • Connections - Meshery Connections are managed and unmanaged resources that either through discovery or manual entry are managed by a state machine and used within one or more Environments.
  • Credentials - Meshery uses one or more Credentials when authenticating to a managed or unmanaged Connection.
  • Designs - Meshery Designs are descriptive, declarative characterizations of how your Kubernetes infrastructure should be configured.
  • Environments - Environments are how you organize your deployment targets (whether on-premises servers or cloud services) into resource groups.
  • Models - Meshery uses a set of resource models to define concrete boundaries to ensure extensible and sustainable management.
  • Patterns - Meshery Patterns are descriptive, declarative characterizations of how your Kubernetes infrastructure should be configured.
  • Policies - Meshery Policies enable you with a broad set of controls and governance of the behavior of systems under Meshery's management.
  • Registry - Meshery Registry is a database acting as the central repository for all capabilities known to Meshery. These capabilities encompass various entities, including models, components, relationships, and policies.
  • Relationships - Meshery Relationships identify and facilitate genealogy between Components.
  • Workspaces - Meshery Workspaces act as central collaboration point for teams.


  • Adapters - Adapters extend Meshery's management capabilities in any number of ways, including lifecycle, configuration, performance, governance, identity...
  • Architecture - overview of different individual components of Meshery architecture and how they interact as a system.
  • Broker - Meshery broker component facilitates data streaming between kubernetes cluster components and outside world.
  • Catalog - Browsing and using cloud native patterns
  • Database - Meshery offers support for internal caching with the help of file databases. This has been implemented with several libraries that supports different kinds of data formats.
  • MeshSync - Meshery offers support for Kubernetes cluster and cloud state synchronization with the help of MeshSync.
  • Operator - Meshery Operator controls and manages the lifecycle of components deployed inside a kubernetes cluster

Using the CLI

πŸ§‘β€πŸ”¬ Hands-on Labs using Meshery Playground

  • Exploring Kubernetes CronJobs - In this tutorial, we will explore how to use Meshery Playground, an interactive live cluster environment, to perform hands-on labs for managing Kubernetes CronJobs.
  • Tutorials - Explore the tutorials to learn how to use Meshery for collaboratively managing infrastructure.
  • Understanding Kubernetes ConfigMaps and Secrets with Meshery - In this tutorial, we will explore how to effectively use Kubernetes ConfigMaps and Secrets for managing configuration data and sensitive information. Leveraging Meshery Playground, an interactive live cluster environment, we'll perform hands-on labs to understand the practical aspects of working with ConfigMaps and Secrets in Kubernetes.
  • Exploring Kubernetes Pods with Meshery - Explore Kubernetes Pods using Meshery in an interactive live cluster environment, through a series of hands-on excercises.

Infrastructure Management

  • Deploying Sample Applications - This guide is to help users get a better understanding of sample apps
  • GitOps with Meshery - Integrating your CI/CD pipelines with Meshery's GitHub Actions
  • Infrastructure Discovery - MeshSync supports both greenfield and brownfield discovery of infrastructure. Greenfield discovery manages infrastructure created and managed entirely by Meshery, while brownfield discovery identifies separately created infrastructure.
  • Infrastructure Management - Meshery provides the ability to manage infrastructure for agility, maintainability, diversity, reliability and isolation, security, and speed.
  • Managing Connections - Manage the lifecycle of your infrastructure by registering each infrastructure element with Meshery.
  • Managing Events with Notification Center - Meshery tracks operations performed on your infrastructure and workloads, and provides notification of environment issues, application conflicts with infrastructure configuration, policy violations, and so on.

Performance Management

Configuration Management


Integrations & Extensions


  • Component Shape Guide - Kubernetes architecture deployment and architecture diagramming tool for cloud native applications - MeshMap.
  • Importing existing applications - Import your existing applications into Meshery.
  • Importing a Design - Import your existing application definitions and infrastructure configuration into Meshery.
  • MeshMap - Collaborative cloud native visual designer to design and manage infrastructure and applications.
  • MeshMap Snapshot - Screenshot service provided via Meshmap to capture a snapshot of your infrastructure at any given time.
  • Merging Designs - Treat other designs as templates or building blocks and combine your designs with others and power-up your designs.
  • Publishing a Design - Publishing a design lets you make your content visible to any anonymous visitor with the link.
  • Sharing a Design - Sharing a design lets you make your content visible to any anonymous visitor of and any Meshery Cloud user.


Contributing & Community


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