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Lens - The Kubernetes IDE

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Lens is an IDE designed for those who work with Kubernetes on a daily basis. It can explore and navigate Kubernetes clusters without having to learn kubectl commands, Inspect live statistics, events, and log streams in real-time. No spinners, refreshing or waiting for screens to update, Using EKS, AKS, GKE, Minikube, Rancher, k0s, k3s, OpenShift... ? They all work. Simply import the kubeconfigs for the clusters you want to work with.

Velero - Backup and migrate Kubernetes applications and their persistent volumes

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Velero (formerly Heptio Ark) gives you tools to back up and restore your Kubernetes cluster resources and persistent volumes. You can run Velero with a public cloud platform or on-premises. It helps to take backups of your cluster and restore in case of loss, Migrate cluster resources to other clusters, Replicate your production cluster to development and testing clusters.

Kubecost - Monitor & reduce Kubernetes spend

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Kubecost provides real-time cost visibility and insights for teams using Kubernetes, helping you continuously reduce your cloud costs.Kubecost allows you to see allocated spend across all native Kubernetes concepts, so you can provide your teams with transparent, accurate cost data reconciled with your actual cloud bill.

Stern - Multi pod and container log tailing for Kubernetes

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Stern allows you to tail multiple pods on Kubernetes and multiple containers within the pod. Each result is color coded for quicker debugging. The query is a regular expression so the pod name can easily be filtered and you don't need to specify the exact id (for instance omitting the deployment id). If a pod is deleted it gets removed from tail and if a new pod is added it automatically gets tailed.

active-monitor - Provides deep monitoring and self-healing of Kubernetes clusters

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Active-Monitor is a Kubernetes custom resource controller which enables deep cluster monitoring and self-healing using Argo workflows. While it is not too difficult to know that all entities in a cluster are running individually, it is often quite challenging to know that they can all coordinate with each other as required for successful cluster operation (network connectivity, volume access, etc).

governor - A collection of cluster reliability tools for Kubernetes

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Governor is a collection of tools for improving the stability of the large Kubernetes clusters as a single Docker image. node-reaper provides the capability for worker nodes to be force terminated so that replacement ones come up. pod-reaper does a force termination of pods stuck in Terminating state for a certain amount of time.

instance-manager - Create and manage instance groups with Kubernetes

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Create and manage instance groups with Kubernetes. instance-manager simplifies the creation of worker nodes from within a Kubernetes cluster and creates InstanceGroup objects in your cluster. Additionally, instance-manager will provision the actual machines and bootstrap them to the cluster.

upgrade-manager - Reliable, extensible rolling-upgrades of Autoscaling groups in Kubernetes

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RollingUpgrade provides a Kubernetes native mechanism for doing rolling-updates of instances in an AutoScaling group using a CRD and a controller. RollingUpgrade is highly inspired by the way kops does rolling-updates.

krontab - ⏰ A crontab like editor for Kubernetes cron jobs

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A crontab replacement for Kubernetes. Create CronJob resources on your Kubernetes cluster in the same way you would on your *nix system. Krontab works by constructing a virtual crontab file from your CronJob resources and communicating changes back to the Kubernetes API. You can create more complex and customised jobs with custom templates and trigger your jobs manually any time from the command line.

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