In here, you'll see the problems with GitOps and the way to fix them. GitOps is a way to manage the state of systems, through definitions of the desired state stored in Git. But for this post, we’ll focus on what needs fixing.
GitOps is a way to manage the actual state of systems, through definitions of the desired state stored in Git. You probably already know what GitOps is and all its benefits. If you don’t, please watch What Is GitOps And Why Do We Want It?. For this post, we’ll ignore the good and focus on the bad and the ugly.
In a follow-up post, I will argue that GitOps as an idea is great, but that we are not even close to having that idea be useful in a practical sense. I will even go as far as to say that there is a lot of work to be done and that we need to hit the reset button. For now, let me focus on the issues we are facing with GitOps.
Let me give you a summary of the issues:
Let’s now go down the rabbit hole and see the pain we are facing when adopting GitOps.
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