Open source tools

When we build something that we think has a wide range of uses, we like to give back to the community by making it freely available as an open source project.

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Terranetes enables application developers to self-serve cloud resources with minimal user input using Helm packages, generated from existing Terraform modules using tf2helm. The solution leverages Terraform and Helm to create a Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRD) Object watched and understood by the Appvia Terraform Controller, which then triggers a workflow that applies a referenced Terraform module.

Join us in #terranetes on the Kubernetes or Appvia Slack communities!

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PSP migration

With the deprecation of Pod Security Policy (PSP) in Kubernetes 1.21, and it’s planned eventual removal in Kubernetes 1.25, we’ve created a tool that allows you to easily regenerate of common PSP configurations in other common Kubernetes policy engines, such as Kyverno, Gatekeeper and Kubewarden.

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RBAC Visualisation

RBAC Visualisation reduces security risks with real-time RBAC visibility and transparency, measured and monitored across the company’s entire estate. It’s a simple Kubernetes RBAC static analysis tool that identifies potential security risks in K8s RBAC design and makes suggestions on how to mitigate them. The dashboard presents the current RBAC security posture and lets you navigate through its definition to keep risk to a minimum.

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PCF migration

Our PCF Migration tool offers a simple command-line experience that allows engineers unfamiliar with Kubernetes to translate their Cloud Foundry applications to cloud-native Kubernetes apps in seconds. The tool also interactively guides you through the migration process and makes it easy to tweak your configuration, ultimately helping  you deploy perfectly translated applications.

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Kev accelerates application development on Kubernetes. It understands the Docker Compose application topology and prepares it for deployment in target environments, with minimal user input and minimal Kubernetes expertise. Integration with Skaffold automates the build, test and deploy cycle, enabling developers to iterate quickly.