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Here's my thought on 💭 argoproj/argo-events: Event-driven Automation Framework for Kubernetes

Argo events is an event driven automation framework for kubernetes that can create kubernetes objects among other things based on events. I've been using native kubernetes cronjobs to kick off jobs based on a cron trigger.

For instance I am running every hour, to rebuild the site and re-deploy it. It takes about two minutes to fetch every rss feed, so this is a nice application of a job compared to a web server fetching the feeds live. Now my posts may be up to an hour stale but they load fast.

Argo events takes event drien architecture to the next level allowing to be triggered by many more things, and do many more things than creating a cron job. I'm definitely thinking about dropping this in my homelab.

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