We get a lot of questions around GitOps with Keptn, how it relates to what ArgoCD and Flux is doing. In this session we have Thomas Schütz, a Keptn maintainer and champion of the Keptn GitOps Operator initiative and will talk how Keptn supports GitOps by deploying a declarative state into multi-stage environments. Thomas is a Principal Cloud Engineer at Dynatrace, and he initially started this project as a Keptn user. The presentation gives a status update on the current work being done through KEP-67 and KEP-69, and shows a live demo.
- Keptn GitOps Operator: https://github.com/keptn-sandbox/keptn-gitops-operator
- KEP-67 "Keptn and GitOps" - https://github.com/keptn/enhancement-proposals/pull/67
- KEP-69 "Keptn Declarative Configuration" - https://github.com/keptn/enhancement-proposals/pull/69
How to contribute? We have a `#wg-keptn-gitops-operator` Slack channel on the Keptn Slack. Join us there! https://keptn.sh/community/#slack