Service Mesh - Overview

🕓 10 minutes

What you’ll learn

How you can see all your environments with detailed statistics of contained applications and related components.

  • Dependencies between your applications and their components represented as a graph.
  • Overview of all your current workspaces with its details.
  • Components that are inside the chosen workspace with its labels, health and configuration status.
  • Virtual services that are running inside the chosen workspace with its type, and configuration status.

Prerequisites

Outline

Find the "Service Mesh" section in the sidebar menu and choose "Overview" option.

  • There you can see all your available environments.

    • You can filter workspaces by Namespace, Health, mTLS status or Namespace Label.
    • You can also sort them by Name, Health, mTLS or Istio config.
  • For each workspace you can see these detailed analysis:

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Show Graph

  • There you can see graph that represents application components that are contained in your environment. The graph also shows how these components are related to each other.
  • For more information about graph analysis see Service Mesh - Graph document.

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Show Workloads

  • After you have clicked on the "Show workloads" button, you will see your current workspaces with its details.
  • You can click on a workspace's name and see the statistic related to the chosen workspace such as overview, trafic, logs, inbound and outbound metrics.

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Show Services

  • After you have clicked on the "Show services" button, you will see all components that are inside the chosen workspace with its labels, health and configuration status.
  • You can click on a component's name and see the statistic related to the chosen component such as traffic, inbound metrics and traces.

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Show Istio Config

  • After you have clicked on the "Show Istio config" button, you will see all virtual services that are running inside the chosen workspace with its type and configuration status.
  • You can click on its name to see detailed overview and YAML configuration file of the chosen virtual service.

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What’s next?

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