What is DevSpace for Kubernetes?
It is an open-source developer tool for Kubernetes that lets you develop and deploy cloud-native software faster. It is a client-only CLI tool that runs on your machine and works with any Kubernetes cluster. You can use it to automate image building and deployments, to develop software directly inside Kubernetes and to streamline workflows across your team as well as across dev, staging and production.
DevSpace for Kubernetes is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Who uses DevSpace for Kubernetes?
8 developers on StackShare have stated that they use DevSpace for Kubernetes.
DevSpace for Kubernetes's Features
- Automated Image Building with devspace build
- Automated Deployment with devspace deploy
- Efficient In-Cluster Development with devspace dev
- Feature-Rich Localhost Development UI with devspace ui
- Lightweight (Client-Only)
- Easy to Setup
- Extensive Customization via Profiles and Config Patches
DevSpace for Kubernetes Alternatives & Comparisons
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