Dec 16, 2020 by Anthony Bibbs
– Joe Duffy, CEO of Pulumi
Since Spinnaker is largely comprised of Java microservices, the Plugin Framework was built using PF4J to create extension points within Spinnaker. This allows developers to create plugins that interface with Spinnaker’s respective microservices.
Typically plugins fall within four categories:
To get started building a plugin, check out this video tutorial on building a plugin using the plugin framework.
Interested in partnering with us on building a plugin? Reach out to us!
If you’re interested in browsing Spinnaker Plugins, check out a few popular ones here.
Currently Spinnaker 1.20.6 and 1.21+ support plugins via the Plugin Framework, with both server and frontend components.
In the meantime, we are continuing to invest in the Plugin Framework to continue to make lean core Spinnaker a reality. While the Plugin Framework is community-owned, Armory is still dedicated towards enhancing Spinnaker iteratively, and we deeply appreciate your feedback. Issues and PRs are very welcome!
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