Plural empowers you to build and maintain cloud-native and production-ready open source infrastructure on Kubernetes.
Plural will deploy open source applications on Kubernetes in your cloud using common standards like Helm and Terraform.
The Plural platform provides the following:
In addition, Plural also handles:
We think it's pretty cool! 😎 Some other nice things:
The plural platform ingests all deployment artifacts needed to deploy cloud-native applications and tracks their dependencies, allowing for easy installs and no-touch upgrades post-install.
Scale deploys with operational run-books for key cluster operations. Every dependency is automatically upgraded in the correct order, in a rolling manner. Plural provides a timestamped audit trail for all cluster applications along with searchable, downloadable logs. In addition, there are also pre-packaged dashboards for the highest importance metrics.
Plural performs regular security scans for application images, helm charts, and terraform modules and comes equipped with OpenID connect for user auth to applications deployed by Plural.
All Plural applications are fully customizable and able to be ejected at any time. New applications can be wrapped and packaged onto Plural easily, giving you total freedom about how, when and where to use Plural.
You should now have a fully functioning Plural environment with apps and the management console running. For more details or further information check out the rest of the docs below.
The workflow is literally two commands:
plural build plural deploy
Our tooling will take care of the rest.
The full documentation is available on our Documentation site.
For general help, please refer to the Plural documentation. For additional help you can use the following channels:
Plural is dedicated to providing a welcoming, diverse, and harassment-free experience for everyone. We expect everyone in the community to abide by our Code of Conduct. Please read it.
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We love contributions to Plural, big or small! To learn more about the repo and the architecture, see our Contribution Guide.
If you're not sure where to start, or if you have any questions, please open a draft PR or visit our Discord server where the core team can help answer your questions.