Make developers self serving with Otomi on Kubernetes

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  • otomi-core

    GitOps powered K8s app suite with developer self-service

    Otomi is an open source project (see the GitHub project here) and is a single deployable package to offer a complete platform experience on top of (any) Kubernetes cluster. After installing Otomi on Kubernetes, you can create an account, sign in, create a team and add members to the team. Team members will get access to a project in Harbor (to push images to), all container logs of the team, a shared space in Vault, and self service features to publicly expose services or even deploy images using user friendly forms. By default Otomi is configured in permissive security mode, which means security policies are enabled, but non-blocking. This enables developers to learn Kubernetes security as they go.

  • quickstart

    Quickstarts to deploy Kubernetes with Otomi using Terraform (by redkubes)

    To get started with Otomi, just spin up a Kubernetes cluster (or use the Quickstart) and deploy the chart.

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    OPS - Build and Run Open Source Unikernels. Quickly and easily build and deploy open source unikernels in tens of seconds. Deploy in any language to any cloud.

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