What is Clutch?
It provides everything you need to improve your developers' experience and operational capabilities. It comes with several out-of-the-box features for managing cloud-native infrastructure, but is easily configured or extended to interact with whatever you run, wherever you run it.
Clutch is a tool in the Infrastructure Build Tools category of a tech stack.
Clutch is an open source tool with 806 GitHub stars and 56 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Clutch's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Clutch?
- First-class support for role based access control down to the individual resource level
- Highly configurable. No forks. Private extensions
- One Entrypoint
- Consistent and clear design with built-in safegaurds throughout to turn your complex processes into simple and safe operations that anyone can understand
- Infrastructure as code is great, we love it too, but there's a lot of your infrastructure not covered by it
Clutch Alternatives & Comparisons
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