Velocity supports v1.79.0 of VSCode (for Golang) and v2022.3+ of JetBrains IDEs such as Goland and PyCharm.
Velocity supports clusters deployed both locally and by any and all cloud providers.
Velocity supports versions ranging from v1.23.6+
Velocity supports v1.22+
Velocity supports a wide range of Kubernetes release versions. Currently, the earliest supported release is
Because Velocity builds your container images directly in your cluster, you can have any Docker version running locally -- or skip installing Docker locally altogether.
Yes. Velocity works with GitOps tools; however, additional configuration may be required to "pause" the GitOps process of realigning the cluster with your designated repository.
Yes. When a user with RBAC permissions to update HPA / KEDA resources starts a Velocity development session, Velocity will automatically update these resources for the duration of the dev session as follows:
- For a debug session, the maximum number of replicas is set to 1.
- For a run session, the minimum number of replicas is set to 1.
NOTE: These updates are reverted when the development session concludes.
No. Velocity is built for development environments. Code changes might incur downtime and are not meant for highly-available environments.
While additional frameworks are likely to work with Velocity, the following are known to work: