Concepts for understanding Meshery’s various features and components.
- 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
- 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 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 - Meshery offers support for Kubernetes cluster and cloud state synchronization with the help of MeshSync.
- Meshery Models - Meshery uses a set of resource models to define concrete boundaries to ensure extensible and sustainable management.
- Policies - Meshery Policies enable you with a broad set of controls and governance of the behavior of systems under Meshery's management.
- Relationships - Meshery Relationships identify and facilitate genealogy between Components.
- Workspaces - Meshery Workspaces act as central collaboration points for teams