Brigade provides a way to script multiple containers to perform a task. With Brigade, you can build things like CI systems, ETL pipelines, and distributed batch processors. One of the critical capabilities of Brigade is its ability to share data between containers. This article describes the two main ways of sharing data.
In a previous article in this series, I explained why we created Brigade. I described Brigade as an event-based scripting environment for Kubernetes. A second way of looking at Brigade is as a serverless platform for scripting containers.
Both descriptions share a central feature: Brigade is about linking multiple containers together to create powerful processing pipelines.
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