A declarative framework for resilient Kubernetes deployment.
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README.md

Promenade

Promenade is a tool for bootstrapping a resilient Kubernetes cluster and managing its life-cycle via Helm charts.

Documentation can be found here.

Roadmap

The detailed Roadmap can be viewed on the OpenStack StoryBoard.

  • Cluster bootstrapping
    • Initial Genesis process results in a single node Kubernetes cluster with Under-cloud components deployed using Armada.
    • Joining sufficient master nodes results in a resilient Kubernetes cluster.
    • Destroy Genesis node after bootstrapping and re-provision as a normal node to ensure consistency.
  • Life-cycle management
    • Decommissioning of nodes.
    • Updating Kubernetes version.

Getting Started

To get started, see getting started.

Configuration is documented here.

Bugs

Bugs are tracked in OpenStack StoryBoard.