See Naming Conventions.
Component repositories contain the source code for components for various CESSDA applications. The component repository also contain the Dockerfile which builds the Docker image for the component. These repositories are usually public; the exceptions being source code which CESSDA deems is not of the required standard, or internal scripts which have negligible utility outside of CESSDA.
Deployment repositories contain scripts and deployment manifests that deploy components and dependencies to Kubernetes clusters. These repositories are private within the CESSDA GitHub organisation, and write access is restricted to members of the CESSDA Platform Team. These repositories are postfixed with
Management repositories contain scripts, deployment manifests and sometimes Docker configuration for components deployed to support CESSDA applications. These include CI/CD, static analysis and monitoring tooling. These repositories are private within the CESSDA GitHub organisation, and write access is restricted to members of the CESSDA Platform Team. These repositories are prefixed with
The key distinction among repository types lies in their content and accessibility: repositories holding CESSDA application software are generally public, offering open access, while those with deployment scripts and sensitive data are maintained as private for restricted access and enhanced security.