Tye is a tool that makes developing, testing, and deploying microservices and distributed applications easier for developers. With very little knowledge of Docker or Kubernetes, developers can run locally orchestrated projects during development, and then publish to a hosted orchestrator of their choice.
In this video, Justin and Amiee come on to talk to us about how Project Tye works. They discuss the problems it solves, show us a few demos, and even talk a little about the future of the project.
- [01:20] - What is Project Tye and what problems does it solve?
- [05:04] - How much microservice knowledge do you need to get started with Tye
- [06:15] - Frontend / Backend Tye Demo
- [11:13] - How does Tye handle project dependencies today?
- [12:41] - How does Tye deploy work?
- [14:00] - Deployment to Kubernetes Demo
- [18:40] - Extended Tye features
- [20:43] - Future of Tye
- Project Tye on GitHub
- Tye Samples
- Developing and Deploying Microservices with 'Tye'
- Introducing Project Tye