aws appmesh

AWS App Mesh is a service mesh based on the Envoy proxy that makes it easy to monitor and control microservices. App Mesh standardizes how your microservices communicate, giving you end-to-end visibility and helping to ensure high availability for your applications. App Mesh gives you consistent visibility and network traffic controls for every microservice in an application. You can use App Mesh with AWS Fargate, Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, Kubernetes on AWS, and Amazon EC2. App Mesh supports microservice applications that use service discovery naming for their components. For more information about service discovery on Amazon ECS, see Service Discovery in the Amazon Elastic Container Service Developer Guide. Kubernetes kube-dns and coredns are supported. For more information, see DNS for Services and Pods in the Kubernetes documentation


create-gateway-routeCreates a gateway route. A gateway route is attached to a virtual gateway and routes traffic to an existing virtual service. If a route matches a request, it can distribute traffic to a target virtual service. For more information about gateway routes, see Gateway routes
create-meshCreates a service mesh. A service mesh is a logical boundary for network traffic between services that are represented by resources within the mesh. After you create your service mesh, you can create virtual services, virtual nodes, virtual routers, and routes to distribute traffic between the applications in your mesh. For more information about service meshes, see Service meshes
create-routeCreates a route that is associated with a virtual router. You can route several different protocols and define a retry policy for a route. Traffic can be routed to one or more virtual nodes. For more information about routes, see Routes
create-virtual-gatewayCreates a virtual gateway. A virtual gateway allows resources outside your mesh to communicate to resources that are inside your mesh. The virtual gateway represents an Envoy proxy running in an Amazon ECS task, in a Kubernetes service, or on an Amazon EC2 instance. Unlike a virtual node, which represents an Envoy running with an application, a virtual gateway represents Envoy deployed by itself. For more information about virtual gateways, see Virtual gateways
create-virtual-nodeCreates a virtual node within a service mesh. A virtual node acts as a logical pointer to a particular task group, such as an Amazon ECS service or a Kubernetes deployment. When you create a virtual node, you can specify the service discovery information for your task group, and whether the proxy running in a task group will communicate with other proxies using Transport Layer Security (TLS). You define a listener for any inbound traffic that your virtual node expects. Any virtual service that your virtual node expects to communicate to is specified as a backend. The response metadata for your new virtual node contains the arn that is associated with the virtual node. Set this value to the full ARN; for example, arn:aws:appmesh:us-west-2:123456789012:myMesh/default/virtualNode/myApp) as the APPMESH_RESOURCE_ARN environment variable for your task group's Envoy proxy container in your task definition or pod spec. This is then mapped to the and node.cluster Envoy parameters. By default, App Mesh uses the name of the resource you specified in APPMESH_RESOURCE_ARN when Envoy is referring to itself in metrics and traces. You can override this behavior by setting the APPMESH_RESOURCE_CLUSTER environment variable with your own name. AWS Cloud Map is not available in the eu-south-1 Region. For more information about virtual nodes, see Virtual nodes. You must be using 1.15.0 or later of the Envoy image when setting these variables. For more information about App Mesh Envoy variables, see Envoy image in the AWS App Mesh User Guide
create-virtual-routerCreates a virtual router within a service mesh. Specify a listener for any inbound traffic that your virtual router receives. Create a virtual router for each protocol and port that you need to route. Virtual routers handle traffic for one or more virtual services within your mesh. After you create your virtual router, create and associate routes for your virtual router that direct incoming requests to different virtual nodes. For more information about virtual routers, see Virtual routers
create-virtual-serviceCreates a virtual service within a service mesh. A virtual service is an abstraction of a real service that is provided by a virtual node directly or indirectly by means of a virtual router. Dependent services call your virtual service by its virtualServiceName, and those requests are routed to the virtual node or virtual router that is specified as the provider for the virtual service. For more information about virtual services, see Virtual services
delete-gateway-routeDeletes an existing gateway route
delete-meshDeletes an existing service mesh. You must delete all resources (virtual services, routes, virtual routers, and virtual nodes) in the service mesh before you can delete the mesh itself
delete-routeDeletes an existing route
delete-virtual-gatewayDeletes an existing virtual gateway. You cannot delete a virtual gateway if any gateway routes are associated to it
delete-virtual-nodeDeletes an existing virtual node. You must delete any virtual services that list a virtual node as a service provider before you can delete the virtual node itself
delete-virtual-routerDeletes an existing virtual router. You must delete any routes associated with the virtual router before you can delete the router itself
delete-virtual-serviceDeletes an existing virtual service
describe-gateway-routeDescribes an existing gateway route
describe-meshDescribes an existing service mesh
describe-routeDescribes an existing route
describe-virtual-gatewayDescribes an existing virtual gateway
describe-virtual-nodeDescribes an existing virtual node
describe-virtual-routerDescribes an existing virtual router
describe-virtual-serviceDescribes an existing virtual service
list-gateway-routesReturns a list of existing gateway routes that are associated to a virtual gateway
list-meshesReturns a list of existing service meshes
list-routesReturns a list of existing routes in a service mesh
list-tags-for-resourceList the tags for an App Mesh resource
list-virtual-gatewaysReturns a list of existing virtual gateways in a service mesh
list-virtual-nodesReturns a list of existing virtual nodes
list-virtual-routersReturns a list of existing virtual routers in a service mesh
list-virtual-servicesReturns a list of existing virtual services in a service mesh
tag-resourceAssociates the specified tags to a resource with the specified resourceArn. If existing tags on a resource aren't specified in the request parameters, they aren't changed. When a resource is deleted, the tags associated with that resource are also deleted
untag-resourceDeletes specified tags from a resource
update-gateway-routeUpdates an existing gateway route that is associated to a specified virtual gateway in a service mesh
update-meshUpdates an existing service mesh
update-routeUpdates an existing route for a specified service mesh and virtual router
update-virtual-gatewayUpdates an existing virtual gateway in a specified service mesh
update-virtual-nodeUpdates an existing virtual node in a specified service mesh
update-virtual-routerUpdates an existing virtual router in a specified service mesh
update-virtual-serviceUpdates an existing virtual service in a specified service mesh