ShutIt vs Kubestack: What are the differences?
What is ShutIt? Automation tool that models a user's actions on a terminal. It can automate any process that can be run by a human on the command line with little effort. It was originally written to manage complex Docker builds, but is a now general-purpose automation tool that supports bash, Docker, Vagrant, ssh and arbitrary build contexts.
What is Kubestack? GitOps framework based on Terraform and Kustomize. Kubestack provides tested and reusable Terraform modules and Kustomize manifests. Modules provision managed Kubernetes clusters from Amazon (EKS), Azure (AKS) and Google (GKE).
ShutIt can be classified as a tool in the "localhost Tools" category, while Kubestack is grouped under "Container Tools".
ShutIt is an open source tool with 2.04K GitHub stars and 126 GitHub forks. Here's a link to ShutIt's open source repository on GitHub.