What is Swiss Army Kube?
It is an open-source IaC (Infrastructure as Code) collection of services for quick, easy, and controllable deployment of EKS Kubernetes clusters on Amazon for your projects. With this tool, cluster configuration and provisioning takes just a fraction of time normally spent on manual deployment via AWS management console. It automates deployments, making them repeatable, consistent, and less error-prone.
Swiss Army Kube is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
Swiss Army Kube is an open source tool with 116 GitHub stars and 32 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Swiss Army Kube's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Swiss Army Kube?
Swiss Army Kube's Features
- Configure and provision an AWS EKS cluster in minutes
- Use existing project structure to set up your cluster
- Configure your deployment in a single .tfvars file
- Add and configure modules in a single .tf file
- Deploy your cluster with a couple of Terraform commands
- Manage your cluster with Terraform and Kubernetes CLI commands
- Easily edit, reconfigure, rerun, or destroy resources
- Use handy scripts that make your work faster
- Configure and deploy clusters at scale preconfigured for any projects
- Scale deployments by adding new modules
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