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KAOPS Platform Engineering Framework 

Infrastructure as Code (IaC) and Simplified Configuration / Secrets Management

KAOPS enables you to increase consistency and security by automating the provisioning, configuration, and management of infrastructure resources and secrets with: 

  • Crossplane

  • Terraform Provider

  • CloudTruth​

  • SealedSecrets


KAOPS Enables Reliable and Faster Deployment Velocity 

Use K8s APIs to Provision and Manage Infrastructure with Crossplane Cloud Native Control Plane Framework    

Crossplane is a cloud native framework that builds control planes without needing to write code  

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Leverage Terraform IaC Provider to Re-Use Configurations, Reduce Manual Errors, and Increase Productivity 

Terraform is an open-source infrastructure as code software tool that enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure

KAOPS Helps you Simplify and Centralize Cloud Secrets/Security Configurations

Manage and ensure proper protection of critical data with CloudTruth

Integration with CloudTruth enables your developers to store sensitive data in a secure environment with strict access controls

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Encrypt your Kubernetes secrets with SealedSecrets 

SealedSecrets is safe to upload to Git repositories.  Integration with SealedSecrets' encryption/decryption allows SealedSecrets to be decrypted only by the controller running in the target cluster.  

Ensure Certificates Are Valid and Up to Date with cert-manager

cert-manager adds certificates and certificate issuers as resource types in Kubernetes clusters, and simplifies the process of obtaining, renewing, and using those certificates. 

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Obtain, Renew, and Manage SSL/TLS certificates with Let's Encrypt

Let's Encrypt, which is is a free, automated and open certificate authority (CA), run for the public's benefit.  Let's Encrypt gives people the digital certificates they need in order to enable HTTPS (SSL/TLS) for websites in the most user-friendly way. 

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