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Products and Services built on top of Flux
|Product / Service
|AKS + Azure Arc
|Weave Gitops Enterprise
Flux UIs / GUIs
These open source projects offer a dedicated graphical user interface for Flux.
|GitOps Tools for Visual Studio Code: provides an intuitive way to manage, troubleshoot and operate your Kubernetes environment following the GitOps operating model
|Weaveworks offers a free and open source GUI for Flux under the
weave-gitops project. You can install the Weave GitOps UI using a Flux
HelmRelease, please see the
get started documentation for more details.
VS Code GitOps Tools
These open source projects extend Flux with new capabilities.
|A Flux controller for managing Terraform resources.
|A Flux controller for managing manifests declared in jsonnet.
|A Flux controller for managing Kluctl deployments.
|A Flux controller for managing AWS CloudFormation stacks.
These projects make use of Flux to offer GitOps capabilities to their users.
|Gardener implements the automated management and operation of Kubernetes clusters as a service. With this extension fresh clusters will be reconciled to the state defined in the Git repository by the Flux controller.
|The Datadog Agent is software that runs on your hosts. It collects events and metrics from hosts and sends them to Datadog, where you can analyze your monitoring and performance data.
|Kraan is a Kubernetes Controller that manages the deployment of HelmReleases to a cluster.
|🚧 Technology preview: FSA (aka Flamingo) is Flux Subsystem for Argo. FSA’s container image can be used as a drop-in replacement for the equivalent ArgoCD version to visualize, and manage Flux workloads, along side ArgoCD.
|KubeVela integrates fluxcd well for Helm Chart delivery and GitOps, and provide multi-cluster capabilities.
|A GitOps Connector integrates a GitOps operator with CI/CD orchestrator.
|This operator runs Pulumi programs, and can fetch them via Flux sources.
|Timoni is a package manager for Kubernetes, powered by CUE and inspired by Helm. Timoni can be used together with Flux to create a GitOps delivery pipeline for Timoni’s module instances.
|This is home of Das Schiff - Deutsche Telekom Technik’s engine for Kubernetes Cluster as a Service (CaaS) in on-premise environment on top of bare-metal servers and VMs.
|The official CLI for creating and managing Kubernetes clusters on Amazon EKS.
The functionality of Flux can be easily extended with ancillary utility tools. Here is a list of tools we like. If yours is missing, feel free to send a PR to add it.
|Creates a simple basic-auth proxy for an s3 bucket.
|Identify kubernetes resources which are not managed by GitOps
|Universal dependency update tool that fits into your workflows.
|Automated Dependency Updates for Flux
|A pre-commit that validates values of HelmRelease using helm lint
In addition to that, we love guest blog posts, e.g. in the ecosystem section of our blog. This is a great opportunity to introduce your project to the Flux community. Please give us a ping on Slack or send a PR against our website and we are happy to help you get it online!