Kubernetes config generator is an interactive command line tool that lets you create kubeconfig files related to a service account in a given namespace. The user can interactively chose a namespace and service account from a K8 cluster. The output is a config file with token authentication that has same RBAC permissions assigned to chosen service account.
Kyverno is a policy engine built for Kubernetes: policies as Kubernetes resources (no new language to learn!), validate, mutate, or generate any resource, match resources using label selectors and wildcards, validate and mutate using overlays (like Kustomize!), generate and synchronize defaults across namespaces, block or report violations, test using kubectl.
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.
In the past I've had some problems sharing my screen with coworkers using corporate chatting solutions like Microsoft Teams. I wanted to show them some of my code, but either the stream lagged several seconds behind or the quality was so poor that my colleagues couldn't read the code. Or both. That's why I created screego. It allows you to share your screen with good quality and low latency. Screego is an addition to existing software and only helps to share your screen. Nothing else (:.
version-checker is a Kubernetes utility for observing the current versions of images running in the cluster, as well as the latest available upstream. These checks get exposed as Prometheus metrics to be viewed on a dashboard, or soft alert cluster operators.
Kev helps developers port and iterate Docker Compose apps onto Kubernetes. It understands the Docker Compose application topology and prepares it for deployment in (multiple) target environments, with minimal user input.