KTail allows you to tail multiple pods in one view. It automatically detects updates and attaches to new pods. Configurable highlighters show how often regular expressions matched and let you quickly navigate in the results.
Akri lets you easily expose heterogeneous leaf devices (such as IP cameras and USB devices) as resources in a Kubernetes cluster, while also supporting the exposure of embedded hardware resources such as GPUs and FPGAs. Akri continually detects nodes that have access to these devices and schedules workloads based on them.
Karmada (Kubernetes Armada) is a Kubernetes management system that enables you to run your cloud-native applications across multiple Kubernetes clusters and clouds, with no changes to your applications. By speaking Kubernetes-native APIs and providing advanced scheduling capabilities, Karmada enables truly open, multi-cloud Kubernetes.
SuperEdge is an open source container management system for edge computing to manage compute resources and container applications in multiple edge regions. These resources and applications, in the current approach, are managed as one single Kubernetes cluster. A native Kubernetes cluster can be easily converted to a SuperEdge cluster.
A design and coding environment for React projects and components that runs in the browser. It combines VSCode with a design and preview tool, and full two-way synchronisation: design and code update each other, in real time. And unlike any design tool out there, it uses React code as the source of truth.
Ingresses are Kubernetes resources used to direct HTTP and HTTPS traffic to your cluster services. In order to correctly use an ingress resource a dedicated ingress-controller must be present and running in the host cluster. Ingress Builder allows users to select any annotation from the list of available controllers, to add to the ingress manifest.
Nu draws inspiration from projects like PowerShell, functional programming languages, and modern CLI tools. Rather than thinking of files and services as raw streams of text, Nu looks at each input as something with structure. For example, when you list the contents of a directory, what you get back is a table of rows, where each row represents an item in that directory. These values can be piped through a series of steps, in a series of commands called a 'pipeline'.
kube-fledged is a kubernetes add-on for creating and managing a cache of container images directly on the worker nodes of a kubernetes cluster. It allows a user to define a list of images and onto which worker nodes those images should be cached (i.e. pre-pulled). As a result, application pods start almost instantly, since the images need not be pulled from the registry.
Nebula is a scalable overlay networking tool with a focus on performance, simplicity and security. It lets you seamlessly connect computers anywhere in the world. Nebula is portable, and runs on Linux, OSX, Windows, iOS, and Android. It can be used to connect a small number of computers, but is also able to connect tens of thousands of computers.
Kubegres is a Kubernetes operator allowing to deploy a cluster of PostgreSql pods with data replication and failover enabled out-of-the box. It brings simplicity when using PostgreSql considering how complex managing stateful-set's life-cycle and data replication could be with Kubernetes.
The plugin will iterate through readable namespaces, and look for pods. For every pod it can read, the plugin will read the podspec for the container images, and any init container images. Additionally, it collects the content sha of the image, so that it can be used to disambiguate between different versions pushed with the same tag.
k8s-image-swapper is a mutating webhook for Kubernetes, downloading images into your own registry and pointing the images to that new location. It is an alternative to a docker pull-through proxy. The feature set was primarily designed with Amazon ECR in mind but may work with other registries.
The image repository for docker images is a single point of failure for many clusters. As seen in the past with rate limiting on Docker Hub and several high-profile Quay.io outages, these images being unavailable can produce disastrous consequences for Kubernetes cluster operators. The intent of saffire is to provide operators with a method of automatically switching image repositories when imagePullErrors occur.
The big feature headlines around Grafana v8.0 include an overhaul of the alerting system; new and improved visualizations, including state timeline, status history, and histogram panels; live streaming; library panels that can be reused; and fine-grained access control that allows Enterprise customers to make sure everyone in their organization has the appropriate level of access.
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