The open source, self-hosted and cloud-native fault injection platform
The easiest way to execute Pystol in a Kubernetes-based cluster is:
pip install pystol # Install the operator using a pypi package pystol -b # Print the Pystol banner pystol -v # Print the installed version pystol deploy # Install Pystol in the cluster # Run the pingtest action. pystol run --namespace pystol \ --collection actions \ --role pingtest pystol --help # Run the help for further information
Please refer to the official documentation website for any information related to the project.
Pystol uses GitHub actions and badges to run all the CI tasks, the result of running these tasks is represented using badges.
In particular we embrace the use of CI dashboard as information radiators.
We created the badgeboad project to show the value of any set of badges as a dashboard.
All pystol official container images are hosted in Quay.io under the Pystol organization.
There you will find two repositories:
The Pystol staging repository. Here you will find all the container images from the upstream end-to-end jobs from the GitHub Actions jobs.
The Pystol stable repository. Here you will find all the container images from the stable branches.
Pystol is open source software licensed under the Apache license.