The kubernetes_manifest resource can be used to create any Kubernetes API resource, including custom resource definitions. See the provider documentation page for more information on the additional attributes available for this resource.
This page is generated using information from: https://github.com/digitalocean/container-blueprints/blob/master/DOKS-CI-CD/README.md. This blueprint will show you how to implement a CI/CD solution using free and popular open source implementations that run on Kubernetes clusters natively.
Argo CD is an extremely popular declarative, GitOps-based continuous delivery tool. It is an open source tool and part of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). It is effortless to install and set up, and it offers various features and a jazzy UI to manage all your application requirements.
Monitoring your services is production is a must for most serious businesses. People who develop on AWS, typically use AWS Cloudwatch for setting up monitoring. Typical metrics to monitor are latency, faults, invocations, throttles etc.
Serverless functions are modular pieces of code that respond to a variety of events. It's a fast and efficient way to run single-purpose services/functions.
CDK Aspects are a powerful tool provided by the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK). They are utilizing the Visitor Pattern. By applying a CDK Aspect to a specific scope, you get access to every child node within it. You can inspect them or alter them.
Developers are accustomed to using their own tooling and writing in familiar languages.
JavaPoet is a Java API for generating .java source files. Source file generation can be useful when doing things such as annotation processing or interacting with metadata files (e.g., database schemas, protocol formats).
In this blog entry I would like to explain how to write an annotation processor. First, I am going to explain to you what annotation processing is, what you can do with that powerful tool and finally what you cannot do with it.