Agones, is derived from the Greek word agōn which roughly translates to “contest”, “competition at games” and “gathering”. (source)
Agones replaces usual bespoke or proprietary cluster management and game server scaling solutions with a Kubernetes cluster that includes the Agones custom Kubernetes Controller and matching Custom Resource Definitions for GameServers, Fleets and more.
With Agones, Kubernetes gets native abilities to create, run, manage and scale dedicated game server processes within Kubernetes clusters using standard Kubernetes tooling and APIs. This model also allows any matchmaker to interact directly with Agones via the Kubernetes API to provision a dedicated game server.
For more details on why this project was written, read the announcement blog post.
GameServer, and/or large game server
Fleetswithin Kubernetes - either through yaml or via the API
FleetAutoscaling capabilities that integrate with Kubernetes' native cluster autoscaling
Documentation can be found on the Agones website.
Participation in this project comes under the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct
To report a security issue for this project, please follow the instructions in the Project Security Policy
Please read the contributing guide for directions on submitting Pull Requests to Agones, and community membership governance.
See the Developing, Testing and Building Agones documentation for developing, testing and building Agones from source.
The Release Process documentation displays the project's upcoming release calendar and release process.
Agones is in active development - we would love your help in shaping its future!
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