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charts - Curated applications for Kubernetes

  •    Smarty

Use this repository to submit official Charts for Kubernetes Helm. Charts are curated application definitions for Kubernetes Helm. For more information about installing and using Helm, see its README.md. To get a quick introduction to Charts see this chart document.Just helm install stable/<chart>. This is the default repository for Helm which is located at https://kubernetes-charts.storage.googleapis.com/ and is installed by default.

workflow - The open source PaaS for Kubernetes.

  •    CSS

Deis Workflow is an open source Platform as a Service (PaaS) that adds a developer-friendly layer to any Kubernetes cluster, making it easy to deploy and manage applications.Deis Workflow is the second major release (v2) of the Deis PaaS. If you are looking for the CoreOS-based PaaS visit https://github.com/deis/deis.

draft - A tool for developers to create cloud-native applications on Kubernetes.

  •    Go

NOTE: Draft is experimental and does not have a stable release yet.Draft makes it easy to build applications that run on Kubernetes. Draft targets the "inner loop" of a developer's workflow: as they hack on code, but before code is committed to version control.

container

  •    Python

This repository (formerly known as orchestration-workshop) contains materials (slides, scripts, demo app, and other code samples) used for various workshops, tutorials, and training sessions around the themes of Docker, containers, and orchestration. If you're looking for the materials, you can stop reading right now, and hop to http://container.training/, which hosts all the slides decks available.




helm - Emacs incremental completion and selection narrowing framework

  •    Emacs

Helm is an Emacs framework for incremental completions and narrowing selections. It provides an easy-to-use API for developers wishing to build their own Helm applications in Emacs, powerful search tools and dozens of already built-in commands providing completion to almost everything. It is a must-have for anyone using Emacs as a main work environment. Helm has been widely adopted by many Emacs power-users. It is available in Melpa and can be easily installed from the Emacs package manager. Maintaining Helm requires a lot of work, which I have done voluntarily since 2011. As it demands lots of my time it gets increasingly difficult maintaining it without financial help. Thanks to all the people that are helping or have helped Helm development, but they are actually too few to continue serenely. By the way, after the release of version 3.0 I will have to stop developing Helm seriously until I get enough financial support, only providing a minimal bugfix maintenance. Thanks for your understanding If you feel Helm is making your daily work easier, please consider making a donation.

flux - The GitOps Kubernetes operator

  •    Go

Flux is a tool that automatically ensures that the state of a cluster matches the config in git. It uses an operator in the cluster to trigger deployments inside Kubernetes, which means you don't need a separate CD tool. It monitors all relevant image repositories, detects new images, triggers deployments and updates the desired running configuration based on that (and a configurable policy). The benefits are: you don't need to grant your CI access to the cluster, every change is atomic and transactional, git has your audit log. Each transaction either fails or succeeds cleanly. You're entirely code centric and don't need new infrastructure.

chartmuseum - Helm Chart Repository with support for Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Alibaba Cloud OSS Storage, and Openstack Object Storage

  •    Go

ChartMuseum is an open-source Helm Chart Repository written in Go (Golang), with support for cloud storage backends, including Google Cloud Storage, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure Blob Storage, Alibaba Cloud OSS Storage and Openstack Object Storage. Works as a valid Helm Chart Repository, and also provides an API for uploading new chart packages to storage etc.

charts - Curated applications for Kubernetes

  •    Smarty

Use this repository to submit official Charts for Helm. Charts are curated application definitions for Helm. For more information about installing and using Helm, see its README.md. To get a quick introduction to Charts see this chart document. For general Helm Chart discussions join the Helm Charts (#charts) room in the Kubernetes.


helm - The Kubernetes Package Manager

  •    Go

Helm is a tool for managing Kubernetes charts. Charts are packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources. Helm is a tool that streamlines installing and managing Kubernetes applications. Think of it like apt/yum/homebrew for Kubernetes.

monocular - Search and discovery UI for Helm Chart repositories

  •    Go

Monocular is a web-based application that enables the search and discovery of charts from multiple Helm Chart repositories. It is the codebase that powers the Helm Hub project. Click here to learn more about Helm, Charts and Kubernetes.

helmfile - Deploy Kubernetes Helm Charts

  •    Go

Even though Helmfile is used in production environments across multiple organizations, it is still in its early stage of development, hence versioned 0.x. Helmfile complies to Semantic Versioning 2.0.0 in which v0.x means that there could be backward-incompatible changes for every release.

harbor - An open source trusted cloud native registry project that stores, signs, and scans content.

  •    Go

Note: The master branch may be in an unstable or even broken state during development. Please use releases instead of the master branch in order to get stable binaries. Harbor is an an open source trusted cloud native registry project that stores, signs, and scans content. Harbor extends the open source Docker Distribution by adding the functionalities usually required by users such as security, identity and management. Having a registry closer to the build and run environment can improve the image transfer efficiency. Harbor supports replication of images between registries, and also offers advanced security features such as user management, access control and activity auditing.

Helm - The Kubernetes Package Manager

  •    Go

Helm is a tool for managing Kubernetes charts. Charts are packages of pre-configured Kubernetes resources. It is a tool that streamlines installing and managing Kubernetes applications. Think of it like apt/yum/homebrew for Kubernetes.

app - Make your Docker Compose applications reusable, and share them on Docker Hub

  •    Go

An experimental utility to help make Compose files more reusable and sharable. Fundamentally, Compose files are not easy to share between concerns. Docker Application Packages aim to solve these problems and make Compose more useful for development and production.

k8s-deployment-strategies - Kubernetes deployment strategies explained

  •    Go

In Kubernetes there is few different way to release an application, you have to carefully choose the right strategy to make your infrastructure resilient. These examples were created and tested on Minikube running with Kubernetes v1.10.0.

kubernetes-vagrant-centos-cluster - Setting up a distributed Kubernetes cluster along with Istio service mesh locally with Vagrant and VirtualBox

  •    Shell

Setting up a Kubernetes cluster and istio service mesh with vagrantfile which consists of 1 master(also as node) and 3 nodes. You don't have to create complicated CA files or configuration. Because I want to setup the etcd, apiserver, controller and scheduler without docker container.

devspace - Cloud Native Software Development with Kubernetes and Docker - simply run "devspace up" in any of your projects and start coding directly on top of Kubernetes (works with minikube, self-hosted and cloud-based clusters)

  •    Go

With a DevSpace, you can build, test and run code directly inside any Kubernetes cluster. You can run devspace up in any of your projects and the client-only DevSpace CLI will start a DevSpace within your Kubernetes cluster. Keep coding as usual and the DevSpace CLI will sync any code change directly into the containers of your DevSpace. No more waiting for re-building images, re-deploying containers and restarting applications on every source code change. Simply edit your code with any IDE and run your code instantly inside your DevSpace.

terraform-provider-helm - Terraform Helm provider

  •    Go

This is a Helm provider for Terraform. The provider manages the installed Charts in your Kubernetes cluster, in the same way of Helm does, through Terraform. It will also install Tiller automatically if it is not already present.

landscaper - Takes a set of Helm Chart references with values (a desired state), and realizes this in a Kubernetes cluster

  •    Go

Landscaper takes a set of Helm Chart references with values (a desired state), and realizes this in a Kubernetes cluster. The intended use case is to have this desired state under version control, and let Landscaper first test and then apply the state as part of the CI/CD stages. Binaries are available here; Docker images here. On macOS using Homebrew, a brew install landscaper should do.