What is Naml?
It is a framework for infrastructure teams who need more than just conditional manifests. It allows teams to start encapsulating, managing, and testing their applications in raw Go. Teams can now buid controllers, operators, and custom toolchains using reliable, testable, and scalable Go.
Naml is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Naml is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Naml's open source repository on GitHub
- Express applications in Go instead of YAML
- Use the Go compiler to check your syntax
- Write real tests using Go to check and validate your deployments
- Test your applications in Kubernetes using kind
- Define custom installation logic. What happens if it fails?
- Define custom application registries. Multiple apps of the same flavor? No problem
- Use the latest client (the same client the rest of Kubernetes uses)
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