Want to mess around with Kubernetes, but don't want to spend an ocean on hardware? Maybe you need a ctlptl. ctlptl (pronounced "cattle paddle") is a CLI for declaratively setting up local Kubernetes clusters.
Earthly is a build automation tool for the container era. It allows you to execute all your builds in containers. This makes them self-contained, reproducible, portable and parallel. You can use Earthly to create Docker images and artifacts (eg binaries, packages, arbitrary files).
Kdo is a command line tool that enables developers to run, develop and test code changes in a realistic deployed setting without having to deal with the complexity of Kubernetes deployment and configuration.
Deciding when to invest in developer productivity improvements is hard. If you’re on the ops side of things, you’re usually concerned about production and releases. If you’re a developer, you’re concerned about getting new features out as quickly as possible.
When the Linux 5.8 Release Candidate opened for testing recently, the big news wasn’t so much what was in it, but its size. As Linus Torvalds himself noted, “despite not really having any single thing that stands out … 5.8 looks to be one of our biggest releases of all time.” True enough, RC 5.8 …
DevSpace is an open-source CLI tool that allows you to accelerate your development workflow when building applications on top of Kubernetes. It provides a powerful localhost UI and uses hot reloading to update containers while you are coding.
Tilt makes it possible to develop all your microservices locally in Kubernetes while collaborating with your team.
Write a Tiltfile script that describes how your services fit together. Share it with your team so that any engineer can hack on any server. See a complete view of your system, from building to deploying to logging to crashing.
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