Currently, the Elemental Operator authenticates the hosts registering for Elemental provisioning via TPM attestation. In particular, the host will perform both Enrollment and Attestation in the same round on the very first registration. Further connections to update the host state will be possible only if the host will be able to proof its identity via TPM (the Enrollment previously done will be used to perform Attestation against the host).
Updatecli is a declarative dependency management tool, used to apply file update strategies.
It is designed to be used from everywhere, where each application "run" detects if a value needs to be updated using an update policy then apply changes according to the policy, commit the changes and finally open a pullrequest on GitHub/Gitlab/Stash.
GNU Make has been a popular software tool used for automating simple build, test, and general source code management tasks for a long time. You'll find Makefiles in many software repositories – we use it on many projects as SUSE! For the most part, Make does its job, but often what people want to do with it is not exactly what it was designed for. Specifically, Make users often use Makefiles as a means a means of building out a set of commands that can be applied to their repository. But therein lies the problem: Make was not designed to build quick command line utilities at all, and it quickly becomes a nightmare as soon as the user wants to include arguments or options in their commands. The common alternative is simply to build out a tangled mess of build scripts.
The goal is to build a new Cluster API (CAPI) "infrastructure provider" for Harvester. This will enable people to create Kubernetes clusters running on VMs created by Harvester using a declarative spec.