Erda is an open-source platform created by Terminus to ensure the development of microservice applications. It provides DevOps, microservice governance, and multi-cloud management capabilities. The multi-cloud architecture based on Kubernetes and application-centric DevOps and microservice governance can make the development, operation, monitoring, and problem diagnosis of complex business applications simpler and more efficient.
Erda is mainly composed of the following parts:
It is the core repository that implements all the RESTful and gRPC interfaces of the backend services of Erda platform by multiple components in microservice architecture.
It defines a part of the communication protocols among erda backend services using Protocol Buffers. All the other protocols among erda backend services will be migrated here in the near future.
It is a lightweight microservices framework implements by golang. It provides many popular middleware providers such as Redis, KafKa, etcd, etc., so that developers can build a module-driven application quickly with help of it. It is also integrated into almost all the backend components in erda.
It holds the definition for the official Pipeline Actions of the Erda Action Marketplace as found at https://www.erda.cloud/market/action. A Pipeline Action plays as a mininal runnable unit in Erda Pipelines such as checking out source code in github, buiding a docker image, creating a deployment in a Kubernetes cluster etc.
It holds the definition for the official Addons of the Erda Addon Marketplace as found at https://www.erda.cloud/market/addon. An Addon holds the configration of a middleware like MySQL, Redis, etc. or a third-party service and it can be shared to different environments of applications, so that developers would not need to import the same configurations again and again in different environments.
There are some extra repositories that plays as customized third-partiy independent components and tools in Erda project such as
To get started, see Local installation.
To start using Erda, please refer to the following documentation.
Contributions are always welcomed. Please refer to Contributing to Erda for details.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
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Erda is under the Apache 2.0 license. See the LICENSE file for details.