Keel - automated Kubernetes deployments for the rest of us
Keel is a tool for automating Kubernetes deployment updates. Keel is stateless, robust and lightweight.
Keel provides several key features:
No CLI/API - tired of
f***ctlfor everything? Keel doesn't have one. Gets job done through labels, annotations, charts.
Semver policies - specify update policy for each deployment/Helm release individually.
Automatic Google Container Registry configuration - Keel automatically sets up topic and subscriptions for your deployment images by periodically scanning your environment.
Native, DockerHub and Quay webhooks support - once webhook is received impacted deployments will be identified and updated.
Polling - when webhooks and pubsub aren't available - Keel can still be useful by checking Docker Registry for new tags (if current tag is semver) or same tag SHA digest change (ie:
Notifications - out of the box Keel has Slack and standard webhook notifications, more info here
Support Keel's development with:
A step-by-step guide to install Keel on your Kubernetes cluster is viewable on the Keel website:
Documentation is viewable on the Keel Website:
Before starting to work on some big or medium features - raise an issue here so we can coordinate our efforts.
If you wish to work on Keel itself, you will need Go 1.8+ installed. Make sure you put Keel into correct Gopath and
go build (dependency management is done through Glide).
Project roadmap available here.