Easy and Repeatable Kubernetes Development
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Skaffold is a command line tool that facilitates continuous development for Kubernetes applications. You can iterate on your application source code locally then deploy to local or remote Kubernetes clusters. Skaffold handles the workflow for building, pushing and deploying your application. It also provides building blocks and describe customizations for a CI/CD pipeline.
Or, check out our Github Releases page for release info or to install a specific version.
end-to-end, or use individual Skaffold phases to build up your CI/CD pipeline.
outputs hydrated Kubernetes manifests that can be used in GitOps workflows.
We welcome any contributions from the community with open arms - Skaffold wouldn't be where it is today without contributions from the community! Have a look at our contribution guide for more information on how to get started on sending your first PR.
Come hang out with us!
We hold open office hours every other Wednesday at 9:30 AM Pacific Time. This is an open forum for anyone to show up and bring ideas, concerns, or just in general come hang out with the team! This is also a great time to get direct feedback on contributions, or give us feedback on ways you think we can improve the project. Come show us how you're using Skaffold!
Join the skaffold-users mailing list to get the calendar invite directly on your calendar. You can access the hangouts invite directly from this calendar invite.
Your feedback is very valuable to us! We have an anonymous user feedback survey - please help us by spending a quick 5 minutes to tell us how satisfied you are with Skaffold, and what improvements we should make! You can also run
from your terminal to open the survey directly in your default browser.
Survey Link - https://forms.gle/BMTbGQXLWSdn7vEs6
Skaffold is generally available and considered production ready. Detailed feature maturity information and how we deprecate features are described in our Deprecation Policy.