Not currently, this essentially outsources the network topology / service discovery to the gateway level and turns the gateway into an infrastructure router / overlay network. It's an interesting concept, and one that is being followed by a few other projects that try to make microservices follow an erlang-style agent model.
If we were to look at something like this, it would be a new component and not the existing gateway, we would probably be looking at an routing agent that is lightweight and laser-focused on creating an overlay network that can interact with Tyk Gateway.
Perhaps in future, but it isn't on our roadmap at the moment as we don't see it as part of an API gateway offering, this is specifically a routing and devops component and is well suited to a web server like NginX, not an API Gateway like Tyk. We also need to consider that many frameworks that handle docker orchestration have, or will be, introducing agents like this as part of their infrastructure offerings, and they might do it better than us
So I won't rule it out, but only if we can make it work with the overall API management focus we have.