Eliminate resource constraints to ship code faster on Kubernetes.
With Telepresence & Ambassador Cloud, Kubernetes development teams ship fixes faster together.
- Infinite-Scale Development Environments
- Instant Feedback Loops
- Highly Customizable Development Environments
- Scalable Processes for Real-Time Collaboration
Get Started with Telepresence
Install Telepresence and intercept your first Kubernetes microservice.Get started
Route traffic to a copy of your cloud service running on your local machine to iterate on services without impacting other developers.LEARN HOW
Easily track services, their viewers, and preview links in your cloud dashboard.LEARN HOW
Share development environments with teammates for easy collaboration by sending an automatically generated preview URL.LEARN HOW
A New Architecture for Telepresence 2
Telepresence 2 is architected for Kubernetes development teams. When we built Telepresence 2, we split the monolithic proxy in Telepresence 1 into two components, the traffic agent and traffic manager.
The traffic agent is a sidecar injected onto the service, which lets us do more intelligent routing, supporting multi-user cases.
The traffic manager is a persistent proxy that always runs in your cluster. This improves performance (you don’t need to redeploy it every time) and reliability (there’s a persistent process to connect to).
Today, Telepresence 2 Is written purely in Go, taking advantage of the broader ecosystem of Kubernetes/Go libraries, versus Python.Learn More about the new Architecture
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Powered by the CNCF Telepresence project, Ambassador makes developers more productive on Kubernetes by offering additional features for collaboration across teams as well as a cloud dashboard for managing services.Get started