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argo-cd - Declarative Continuous Delivery for Kubernetes

  •    Go

Argo CD is a declarative, GitOps continuous delivery tool for Kubernetes. Application definitions, configurations, and environments should be declarative and version controlled. Application deployment and lifecycle management should be automated, auditable, and easy to understand.

MCW-Containers-and-DevOps - MCW Containers and DevOps

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Fabrikam Medical Conferences provides conference web site services, tailored to the medical community. Their business has grown and the management of many instances of the code base and change cycle per tenant has gotten out of control. The goal of this workshop is to help them build a proof of concept (POC) that will migrate their code to a more manageable process that involves containerization of tenant code, a better DevOps workflow, and a simple lift-and-shift story for their database backend.

vscode-jx-tools - Jenkins X extension for Visual Studio Code

  •    TypeScript

Activate the watch activities by opening up the VSCode palette cmd + shift + p, type jx watch activities and the extension command will be activated. There are a number of commands available which can be invoked from VCode palette with cmd + shift + p.

orca - Advanced CI\CD tool for Kubernetes and Helm, Environments as Code

  •    Go

Orca is an advanced CI\CD tool which focuses on the world around Kubernetes, Helm and CI\CD, and it is also handy in daily work. Orca is a simplifier - It takes complex tasks and makes them easy to accomplish. Is is important to note that Orca is not intended to replace Helm, but rather to empower it and enable advanced usage with simplicity. What Orca does best is manage environments. An Environment is a Kubernetes namespace with a set of Helm charts installed on it. There are a few use cases you will probably find useful right off the bat.




hicicd - Microservices Continuously Integration and Continuously Delivery Tool

  •    Go

I’m trying not to reinvent the wheel as long as there is an open source CI/CD tool that meets my needs that any developers can build, test, and deploy the web application from the source code without any configurations, and the answer is NO. That’s the hicicd comes to my mind. Microservices architecture is very popular in modern web application development, build, test, and deploy the application is pretty straight forward, however, to connect, manage, and secure microservices is much harder compare to monolithic web application.

kubedog - Kubedog is a library and cli utility that allows watching and following kubernetes resources in CI/CD deploy pipelines

  •    Go

Kubedog is a library and cli utility that allows watching and following kubernetes resources in CI/CD deploy pipelines. This library is used in the werf CI/CD tool to track resources during deploy process.

helm-release - Helm Plugin for automatic versioning of helm charts

  •    Go

Provides simple semantic versioning based from previous git tags. This allows you to run a single command and package the next version of your chart. This project allows you to combine your Dockerfile and Helm Chart in a single repository and automatically version the Helm chart on a build.