Links documentation is an open-source container management platform that offers self-service Docker and Kubernetes deployment and configuration management capabilities to any cloud or on-premises infrastructure with a UI and API.
You can find's repository on GitHub. introduction

UI & API for Kubernetes and Docker container management is a delivery platform that helps you by substituting Docker and Kubernetes command line interactions with abstractions. You're able to configure any OCI compatible containers with a configuration screen, and in a JSON-editor, as well.
You can use the platform by installing its agents on your infrastructure. The agent will communicate with the platform to conduct interactions with containers running on your infra.

Cloud provider & technology agnostic platform is ready to interact with your already existing infrastructure and clusters right away. The platform interacts with any cloud & on-premises infrastructure. Deploy images from any registry.
The platform can be used without moving your services to a brand new infrastructure. To provide quick setup, we don't offer any infrastructure to our users.
Chat notifications on Discord, Slack, and Teams let you and your team know about newly made deployments and versions to increase collaboration.

When to use

✅ You already have a Kubernetes cluster and want to manage it with ease.
✅ Multiple users on your team need to have access to your containers for management.
✅ You'd like to configure versions once, without repetition.
✅ Your team needs self-service deployments for QA or sales purposes.
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