When you run act it reads in your GitHub Actions from .github/workflows/ and determines the set of actions that need to be run. It uses the Docker API to either pull or build the necessary images, as defined in your workflow files and finally determines the execution path based on the dependencies that were defined.
A Kubernetes project to kill all namespace living over X times. Quite useful when auto-generated development environments on the fly and give them a lifecycle out-of-the-box from Kubernetes or even Helm.
Replicated Ship is an open source project by Replicated designed to extend Google’s Kustomize project in a way that can reduce the operational overhead of maintaining 3rd party applications (open source or proprietary) deployed to a Kubernetes cluster.
kube-score is a tool that does static code analysis of your Kubernetes object definitions. The output is a list of recommendations of what you can improve to make your application more secure and resiliant.
Mortar is a tool to easily handle complex set of Kubernetes resources. Using kubectl apply -f some_folder/ is pretty straightforward for simple cases, but often, especially in CI/CD pipelines things get complex. Then on the otherhand, writing everything in Helm charts is way too complex.