Juju provides easy, intelligent application orchestration on top of Kubernetes, cloud infrastructure providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Openstack, MAAS (and more!), or even your local machine via LXD.
See https://juju.is for getting started tutorials and additional documentation.
bootstrap Initializes a cloud environment. add-model Adds a hosted model. deploy Deploys a new application. status Displays the current status of Juju, applications, and units. add-unit Adds extra units of a deployed application. relate Adds a relation between two applications. expose Makes an application publicly available over the network. models Lists models a user can access on a controller. controllers Lists all controllers. whoami Display the current controller, model and logged in user name. switch Selects or identifies the current controller and model. add-k8s Adds a k8s endpoint and credential to Juju. add-cloud Adds a user-defined cloud to Juju. add-credential Adds or replaces credentials for a cloud.
When run without arguments, Juju will enter an interactive shell which can be used to run any Juju command directly.
juju help This help page. juju help <command> Show help for the specified command.
For the full list of supported commands run:
juju help commands
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