With popular GitOps tools such as Argo CD and Flux CD, managing your Kubernetes configurations in Git repositories has never been easier. Unfortunately, often the structure of this code in Git repositories is an afterthought, which can lead to significant refactoring in the future.
This talk covers four approaches for structuring the code applied by GitOps tooling:
Application and infrastructure code in one repository Separate infrastructure repository, multiple branches Separate infrastructure repository, directory-based Multiple infrastructure repositories, one per environment
With each approach, I will present the benefits and potential drawbacks. The conclusion of the talk centers around the fourth approach, which I feel is best for most teams.
Senior Developer Advocate @ Harness
Jim is a Senior Developer Advocate with Harness, he has over 16 years of experience in the software engineering industry. Over the years, Jim has worked with...