gRFC A36: xDS-Enabled Servers

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Eric Anderson

Jan 20, 2021, 5:41:17 PMJan 20
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Please review and comment. The gRFC is at The gRFC covers new APIs and their plumbing to allow having xDS-enabled servers. The precise C++/wrapped language APIs are not covered, but an idea of what they may look like is covered. Java and Go have their concrete API designs presented.

A36 itself doesn't provide any xDS features, but is the basis for them to be built without applications needing to make code changes for each added xDS feature. For an xDS feature, see the related gRFC A29: xDS-Based Security for gRPC Clients and Servers.

Apr 30, 2021, 5:27:02 PMApr 30
Concrete details for the Core/C++ API for creating xDS-enabled servers are up at Please take a look.

Eric Anderson

Jun 11, 2021, 4:18:39 PM (8 days ago) Jun 11
This gRFC is being updated to describe RouteConfiguration behavior as part of

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