What is Scribe by Grafana?
It is a framework for writing flexible CI pipelines in Go that have consistent behavior when ran locally or in a CI server. It does not create pipelines using templating. It uses pipeline definitions as a compilation target. Rather than templating a YAML file, scribe will create one that best represents the pipeline you've defined.
Scribe by Grafana is a tool in the Continuous Integration category of a tech stack.
Scribe by Grafana is an open source tool with 105 GitHub stars and 1 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Scribe by Grafana's open source repository on GitHub
Scribe by Grafana Integrations
Scribe by Grafana's Features
- Run pipelines locally for testing
- Generate configurations for existing CI tools
- Use Go to debug your pipelines
- Use existing Go tools to make complex pipelines easier to develop and maintain
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