What is kubernetes-common-services?
It make it easier to run common services in kubernetes by taking care of it for you so that you can get to working on your application faster instead of dealing with infrastructure components.
kubernetes-common-services is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
kubernetes-common-services is an open source tool with 90 GitHub stars and 14 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to kubernetes-common-services's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses kubernetes-common-services?
Pros of kubernetes-common-services
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- Automated turndown of Kubernetes clusters on specific schedules
- Manages your DNS automatically via annotations
- Scale by any Prometheus metrics
- Checks on URLs
- Monitoring and alerting for your cluster
kubernetes-common-services Alternatives & Comparisons
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