Well Known Dynamic Metadata
Filters can emit dynamic metadata via the setDynamicMetadata routine in the StreamInfo interface on a Connection. This metadata emitted by a filter can be consumed by other filters and useful features can be built by stacking such filters. For example, a logging filter can consume dynamic metadata from an RBAC filter to log details about runtime shadow rule behavior. Another example is where an RBAC filter permits/restricts MySQL/MongoDB operations by looking at the operational metadata emitted by the MongoDB filter.
The following Envoy filters emit dynamic metadata that other filters can leverage.
The following Envoy filters can be configured to consume dynamic metadata emitted by other filters.