Kubedb

Collaborative and visual infrastructure as code for Kubedb

Components ( 34 )

The Meshery model for Kubedb supports the following components.

node-topology

node-topology

click-house-version

click-house-version

druid-version

druid-version

elasticsearch-version

elasticsearch-version

etcd-version

etcd-version

ferret-db-version

ferret-db-version

kafka-connector-version

kafka-connector-version

kafka-version

kafka-version

maria-db-version

maria-db-version

memcached-version

memcached-version

mongo-db-version

mongo-db-version

mssql-server-version

mssql-server-version

my-sql-version

my-sql-version

percona-xtra-db-version

percona-xtra-db-version

pg-bouncer-version

pg-bouncer-version

pgpool-version

pgpool-version

postgres-version

postgres-version

proxy-sql-version

proxy-sql-version

rabbit-mq-version

rabbit-mq-version

redis-version

redis-version

schema-registry-version

schema-registry-version

singlestore-version

singlestore-version

solr-version

solr-version

zoo-keeper-version

zoo-keeper-version

addon

addon

function

function

approval-policy

approval-policy

cluster-maintenance-window

cluster-maintenance-window

maintenance-window

maintenance-window

recommendation

recommendation

metrics-configuration

metrics-configuration

pet-set

pet-set

placement-policy

placement-policy

sidekick

sidekick

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