pmesh: rethinking application proxies

I’m excited to share something I’ve been working on for a while now. Born out of real frustrations I’ve had in production, it is an alternate take on reverse-proxies and service management, designed to simplify infrastructure management. In a single binary, pmesh offers service discovery, load balancing, SSL termination, automatic scaling, distributed logging, messaging, monitoring, clustering, revision control, all without the usual headache of managing multiple configurations and tools.

Now that it has reached a point where I’m comfortable sharing it with the world, especially with the initial documentation finally complete, I’m looking to get some feedback from the community. I’d love to hear your thoughts on how pmesh could (or would not!) fit into your tech stack, and what features you’d like to see.

You can find the source code on github:

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