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I made a list of Awesome Kubernetes libraries, what should I add?

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We're pleased to share with the world our awesome Kubernetes list. The focus of this list is for Kubernetes developers looking to build production applications.

For context, it's a running theme on Github to release documentation-only repositories with your favorite content on a language or framework. Here's a list of awesome lists.

It was an "awesome" list that gave me my first tour of a number of GraphQL tools, so I'm excited to share my own.

Some highlights:

Teleport allows engineers and security professionals to unify access for SSH servers, Kubernetes clusters, web applications, and databases across all environments.

Certmanager provides 'certificates as a service' securely to developers and applications working within your cluster.

Here's a talk we really enjoyed: Keynote: In Search of the Kubernetes "Rails" Moment - Bryan Liles

Check out our awesome list here:

https://github.com/run-x/awesome-kubernetes

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Alexey Melezhik

Please add Sparrow (written on awesome Raku language) it allows to validate and works with k8s resources like (deployment, sts, config maps and secrets) - reddit.com/r/rakulang/comments/pc7...

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Nočnica Fee

ooooooh I love this, you should PR this in!

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Alexey Melezhik

readme file is not found in github.com/run-x/awesome-kubernetes repository, not sure why, as it rendered in GH

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Alexey Melezhik

nevermind, found it in docs/

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Alexey Melezhik

Sure. Will do it later

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Maxime Guilbert • Edited on

You can add LitmusChaos (opensource tool for chaos engineering)

Website : litmuschaos.io/

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