Kel

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last posted May 13, 2016, 3:18 a.m.
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Eldarion flipped the switch and open sourced Kel yesterday.

While I was heavily involved in the launch, it was more from a project management, process, and promotion point of view. The technical work is all down to @brosner.

While I've been using Kel internally as an end-user (i.e. deploying sites), I haven't had a chance to really dive into the code itself yet so I'm basically a n00b. I plan to record my adventures here.

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There are two ways to use Kel:

If you already have a Kubernetes cluster set up, you can just use Kel Layer 1, which provides components on top of Kubernetes that enable developers to define a workflow around managing the operations of their site.

If you don’t have a Kubernetes cluster, you can additionally use Kel Layer 0 which provides tooling around the setup of a cluster specifically for Kel (currently focused on the Google Cloud Platform but eventually multiple infrastructure providers).

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I put together the following diagram to try to illustrate this: