At Manifold, we’re dedicated to helping developers find, organize, and connect the best services to their applications. We recognize that developers need efficient workflows, which means making sure Manifold works effortlessly with the most popular tools and platforms. Today we are pleased to announce Manifold for Kubernetes. This new integration makes it easier for developers who use Kubernetes to deploy configuration and secrets exactly where they need it.
How will our Kubernetes integration help? If you’re a developer using Kubernetes, your stack is likely composed of several first party and third party services. And traditionally you would rely on repetitive configuration files or error prone kubectl commands, inevitably causing services to be misconfigured.
Our custom resource definition facilitates cloud native delivery of your Manifold-managed resources and secrets exactly where you need them (even in multiple locations). With Manifold connected to your Kubernetes cluster you won’t worry about deployed secrets being out of date again. Kubernetes will continuously source the most up to date values directly from Manifold.
Stay tuned for further integrations launching throughout the month of August. You can keep up to date by visiting our new Integrations page. You can share your ideas for what we should integrate with next to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start using the Manifold’s Kubernetes integration
You can start using our Kubernetes integration today by following the Getting Started Guide available in our integrations documentation.
If you want to dig into the internals of our Kubernetes integration, check out the repo on Github at https://github.com/manifoldco/kubernetes-credentials. There you will find the source code, details on how to contribute, as well as an avenue for logging and bugs or feature requests. And if you like the project, throw us a star ⭐️!
Don’t use Kubernetes yet?
Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.
It groups containers that make up an application into logical units for easy management and discovery. Kubernetes builds upon 15 years of experience of running production workloads at Google, combined with best-of-breed ideas and practices from the community.
Tell us what you’re building
We’re interested in what you’re building! Whether you’re using Kubernetes yet or not, send us a message, to email@example.com, with how you’re using Manifold for and what we could be doing better.