Linkerd implements the Service Mesh Interface (SMI) Traffic Split API. This allows Flagger to control the traffic between two versions of the same application. For apps running on the service mesh, you can configure Flagger with a custom resource to automate the analysis and control the promotion of a canary deployment.



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