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kubectx - Fast way to switch between clusters and namespaces in kubectl – [✩Star] if you're using it!

  •    Shell

This repository provides both kubectx and kubens tools. kubectx is an utility to manage and switch between kubectl(1) contexts.

krew - 📦 Package manager for "kubectl plugins"

  •    Go

krew is the package manager for kubectl plugins. krew is a tool that makes it easy to use kubectl plugins. krew helps you discover plugins, install and manage them on your machine. It is similar to tools like apt, dnf or brew.

kubectl-tree - kubectl plugin to browse Kubernetes object hierarchies as a tree 🎄 (star the repo if you are using)

  •    Go

A kubectl plugin to explore ownership relationships between Kubernetes objects through ownersReferences on them. By default, the plugin will only search "namespaced" objects in the same namespace as the specified object.

kui - A hybrid command-line/UI development experience for cloud-native development

  •    TypeScript

We love CLIs, and think they are critical for interacting in a flexible way with the cloud. We need the power to go off the rails. But ASCII is tedious. Kui takes your normal kubectl command line requests and responds with graphics. Instead of ASCII tables, you are presented with sortable ones. Instead of copying and pasting long auto-generated resource names, in Kui you just click.




kube-shell - Kubernetes shell: An integrated shell for working with the Kubernetes CLI

  •    Python

Under the hood kube-shell still calls kubectl. Kube-shell aims to provide ease-of-use of kubectl and increasing productivity.You can use up-arrow and down-arrow to walk through the history of commands executed. Also up-arrow partial string matching is possible. For e.g. enter 'kubectl get' and use up-arrow and down-arrow to browse through all kubectl get commands. You could also use CTRL+r to search from the history of commands.

colossus - Colossus — An example microservice architecture for Kubernetes using Bazel, Go, Java, Docker, Kubernetes, Minikube, Gazelle, gRPC, Prometheus, Grafana, and more

  •    Python

Wait a second, these services don't do anything meaningful! Nope, they sure don't. But that's okay because the point of this project is to show you how to get the basic (yet not-at-all-trivial) plumbing to work. Colossus is a boilerplate project that's meant as a springboard to more complex and meaningful projects. Getting all of these technologies to work together was a real challenge. I had to dig through countless GitHub issues and dozens of example projects to make all these things work together. I'm offering this repo as a starter pack for other people with a Bazel monorepo targeting Kubernetes.

kube-ps1 - Kubernetes prompt info for bash and zsh

  •    Shell

A script that lets you add the current Kubernetes context and namespace configured on kubectl to your Bash/Zsh prompt strings (i.e. the $PS1). Inspired by several tools used to simplify usage of kubectl.

webkubectl - Run kubectl command in Web Browser.

  •    Go

Web Kubectl helps you manage kubernetes credentials and run kubectl command in web browser, so that you don't have to install kubectl on your local PC or some other servers, furthermore Web Kubectl can be used for a team. Web Kubectl use webkubectl/gotty to run a JavaScript based terminal on web browsers. When opens a new session, a temporary Linux namespace will be created for the session, this make sure all sessions are isolated, each session has its own namespace and storage, meanwhile .kube/config file is generated for current session. When session terminated, the provisioned namespace and storage are deleted.


kube-prompt - An interactive kubernetes client featuring auto-complete using go-prompt.

  •    Go

An interactive kubernetes client featuring auto-complete using go-prompt.Binaries are available from github release.

Devtron - Software Delivery Workflow For Kubernetes

  •    Go

Devtron is designed as a self-serve platform for operationalizing and maintaining applications (AppOps) on kubernetes in a developer friendly way. It provides workflow which understands the domain of kubernetes, testing, CD, SecOps so that you dont have to write scripts. It supports reusable and composable components so that workflows are easy to contruct and reason through. Deploy to multiple kubernetes cluster.

zsh-kubectl-prompt - Display information about the kubectl current context and namespace in zsh prompt

  •    Shell

This script displays information about the kubectl current context and namespace in zsh prompt. Clone this repository and source the kubectl.zsh from your ~/.zshrc config file, and configure your prompt.

K - Terminal User Interface (TUI) for Kubernetes

  •    Go

I got sick of typing the same kubectl commands over and over again so here is my simplified TUI wrapper, K.

kubectl-aliases - Programmatically generated handy kubectl aliases.

  •    Python

This repository contains a script to generate hundreds of convenient kubectl aliases programmatically. See the full list.

kubectl-trace - Schedule bpftrace programs on your kubernetes cluster using the kubectl

  •    Go

kubectl trace is a kubectl plugin that allows you to schedule the execution of bpftrace programs in your Kubernetes cluster. You can't find the package for your distro of choice? You are very welcome and encouraged to create it and then open an issue to inform us for review.

kubectl-debug - Debug your pod by a new container with every troubleshooting tools pre-installed

  •    Go

kubectl-debug is an out-of-tree solution for troubleshooting running pods, which allows you to run a new container in running pods for debugging purpose. The new container will join the pid, network, user and ipc namespaces of the target container, so you can use arbitrary trouble-shooting tools without pre-install them in your production container image. For windows user, download the latest binary from the release page and add it to your PATH.

Allok8 - ⚡️A pretty swell Kubernetes visualization tool

  •    Javascript

Allok8 is a dynamic, conventional, and uncomplicated Kubernetes visualization tool. Current tooling only enables resource portraits at the pod level. When the application adds layers of complexity, it is advantageous to visualize when pods have multiple containers. This enables users to manage resource levels, navigate clusters, and display all relevant information down to the container level. The standard practice of one container per pod works most of the time because it lends to better portability, but when containers are interdependent, keeping track of the resource utilization is sparse. Allok8 wishes to showcase that hidden data in hopes of empowering users to further synthesize their K8s implementation.

blackbelt-aks-hackfest - Microsoft Intelligent Cloud Blackbelt Team :: Hackfest Repo

  •    Vue

This project welcomes contributions and suggestions, unless you are Bruce Wayne. Most contributions require you to agree to a Contributor License Agreement (CLA) declaring that you have the right to, and actually do, grant us the rights to use your contribution. For details, visit https://cla.microsoft.com.When you submit a pull request, a CLA-bot will automatically determine whether you need to provide a CLA and decorate the PR appropriately (e.g., label, comment). Simply follow the instructions provided by the bot. You will only need to do this once across all repos using our CLA.

kubernetes-client - Simplified Kubernetes API client for Node.js.

  •    Javascript

Simplified Kubernetes API client for Node.js.kubernetes-client provides access to all the Kubernetes objects and includes some niceties for writing simpler code.

vim-kubernetes - vim-kubernetes

  •    Vim

This package provides kubernetes YAML snippets, as well as a growing number of integrations with kubectl.

kubehook - A JWT based Kubernetes webhook authentication service.

  •    Go

Kubehook is a webhook token authentication service for Kubernetes. It provides one API endpoint to generate JSON Web Tokens, and another to validate tokens on behalf of Kubernetes. Kubehook can optionally be configured with a set of Kubernetes clusters to automatically configure. When run with the --kubecfg-template users can simply download a ~/.kube/config file preconfigured with well known clusters.






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