That’s it! 👏

You may want to stick around and explore the Linkerd2 web console a bit more:

Linkerd2 dashboard with emojivote app active

OK, so what's next? Well, from here you could:

If you want to try out even more Linkerd2 goodiness, check out Using Linkerd2 to debug a service where we walk you through how to use Linkerd2 to investigate poorly performing services.

Linkerd 2.0 - Getting Started on OpenShift

Step 1 of 4

Step 1 - Setup the CLI

As this is your first time running Linkerd2, you’ll need to download the command-line interface (CLI) onto your machine. You’ll then use this CLI to install Linkerd2 on a Kubernetes cluster.

curl -k | sed -e 's/-sLO/-sLO -k/g' | sed -e 's/-sL \"/-sL -k \"/g' | sh

Next, add Linkerd2 to your path with:

export PATH=$PATH:$HOME/.linkerd2/bin

Verify that the CLI is installed and is running correctly with the following command:

linkerd version

With Server version: unavailable, don’t worry, we haven’t added the control plane… yet.