The InterPlanetary File System is a peer-to-peer distributed file system that seeks to connect all computing devices with the same system of files … [which] could be seen as a single BitTorrent swarm, exchanging objects within one Git repository.
IPFS attempts to address the distribution problems associated with centralised (client-server) file sharing, such as HTTP. It is composed of components which implement existing concepts:
Distributed hash tables Block exchanges Merkle DAG Read: https://hackernoon.
A service mesh is a network of cooperative and interacting services (i.e. microservices) and the communications between them, or the system for managing such a collection. Service meshes often include service discovery and runtime-configurable routing, allowing for things like:
load-balancing & failure recovery A/B testing “canary”, blue-green and other deployment patterns authentication & access control request tracing dark releases Istio and Traeffik are examples of service meshes on Kubernetes.