werf is designed to glue together Git, Docker, Helm, and Kubernetes. It is meant to be used in CI/CD pipelines. Let’s see whether it can be helpful to manage our k8s applications.
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I believe in the video you could have added –dev in command without having to have commit your code?
I personally quite like the fact that it converts everything into a single command as we in DevOps our job is to simplify generally (though we often over-engineer solutions, in my experience which is a personal gripe of mine :0( ). It makes 3 or more tasks into one task in your pipeline and yes it’s a wrapper around those tasks but shortens your coded pipeline yaml or whatever other coding you use. It doesn’t make sense to change your existing pipelines I guess but if you don’t have existing deployment this is would be an easy way to implement a new Kubernetes cluster?
Though actually it would only work if werf was already included on the deployment agent which I’m guessing it wouldn’t be on cloud hosted agents… So it would require a download task hmm maybe not yet then! Maybe one day it will be be!