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Automatically apply changes from a remote URL to the Kubernetes cluster

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Automatically apply changes from a remote URL to the Kubernetes cluster


To start the service locally, run

$ pip3 install --user autoapply
$ autoapply server

For a docker version, use

$ docker run -d -e URL= pascalgn/autoapply

The following URLs are supported:

  • Direct access via HTTPS, for example

  • Access via SSH, or ssh://

For Git URLs you can append #my-branch to specify the branch to be used. If no branch is given, master will be used.

Providing SSH keys

To use SSH keys, add the properties ID_RSA and ID_RSA_PUB. For Kubernetes, see kubernetes-ssh.yaml.

Encrypted files

You can encrypt the values of Yaml files to protect Kubernetes secrets like SQL database or Docker registry credentials:

$ autoapply crypt -f application-secrets.yaml
Password: my-secret-passphrase

This will delete the original file and create a file application-secrets.yaml.crypt, which can later be decrypted by autoapply when providing the password for the server:

$ mkdir ~/.autoapply
$ echo -n my-secret-passphrase > ~/.autoapply/crypt.key
$ autoapply server

For Kubernetes, see kubernetes-crypt.yaml.


Autoapply is licensed under the ISC License

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