KANISTER allows domain experts to capture application specific data management tasks in blueprints which can be easily shared and extended. The framework takes care of the tedious details around execution on Kubernetes and presents a homogeneous operational experience across applications at scale.
Kube Karp allows Kubernetes cluster nodes to share a common virtual IP address in order to provide automatic Kube API Server failover. In beneath, it is using UCarp which is a portable userland implementation of the secure and patent-free Common Address Redundancy Protocol (CARP, OpenBSD's alternative to the patents-bloated VRRP).
We Strongly believe that access information to Cloud in ~/.aws or ~/.azure files are not safe, and we prefer to store that information in an encrypted file managed by the system. Credentials will be hourly rotated and accessible in those files only when they are needed, so only when Leapp is active.
kpexec is a kubernetes cli that runs commands in a container with high privileges. It runs a highly privileged container on the same node as the target container and joins into the namespaces of the target container (IPC, UTS, PID, net, mount).
Replicated Troubleshoot is a framework for collecting, redacting, and analyzing highly customizable diagnostic information about a Kubernetes cluster. Troubleshoot specs are created by 3rd-party application developers/maintainers and run by cluster operators in the initial and ongoing operation of those applications.
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.
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