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I am happy to share that I learned about a new tool #Monokle by @thekubeshop which makes its easy for you to manage and debug your k8s manifests.
Monokle also helps you to create manifests both from scratch and from templates. With templates you don't need to write a yaml file from scratch, you can simply select the template and add few necessary info like namespace, image name, no. of replicas and a manifest file is ready for you to deploy.
This will make working with yaml files more easy.
Tried out using @Monokle_io,, an amazing tool that makes it easy to manage and debug K8s manifests.
Tried out @Monokle_io, an amazing tool that makes it easy to manage and debug K8s manifests.
Learned how to use Monokle to manage and debug the Kubernetes manifest files before deploying them to the cluster. The feature I liked the most is Cluster Compare. Check it out guys. Its awesome.
Monokle is an open-source tool developed by Kubeshop that makes it very easy to manage and inspect your Kubernetes Manifests, showing you how your manifests and different objects are connected to each other.
I do not like reading or writing manifest yamls so have been looking for something like this. The documentation looks pretty thorough too... Excited to try this out!
Monokle helps you quickly get a high-level view of your manifests and their contained resources, easily edit resources without having to learn YAML syntax, diff resources against your cluster, preview and debug resources generated with Kustomize or Helm, and more.
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