Build and push images, then deploy application into Kubernetes.

The result of converge command is an application deployed into Kubernetes for current git state.
Command will create release and wait until all resources of the release will become ready.

Environment is a required param for the deploy by default, because it is needed to construct Helm
Release name and Kubernetes Namespace. Either –env or $WERF_ENV should be specified for command.

Read more info about Helm chart structure, Helm Release name, Kubernetes Namespace and how to
change it: https://werf.io/documentation/advanced/helm/basics.html

Syntax

werf converge [options]

Examples

# Build and deploy current application state into production environment
werf converge --repo registry.mydomain.com/web --env production

Environments

  $WERF_DEBUG_ANSIBLE_ARGS  Pass specified cli args to ansible ($ANSIBLE_ARGS)
  $WERF_SECRET_KEY          Use specified secret key to extract secrets for the deploy. Recommended 
                            way to set secret key in CI-system. 
                            
                            Secret key also can be defined in files:
                            * ~/.werf/global_secret_key (globally),
                            * .werf_secret_key (per project)

Options

      --add-annotation=[]
            Add annotation to deploying resources (can specify multiple).
            Format: annoName=annoValue.
            Also, can be specified with $WERF_ADD_ANNOTATION* (e.g.                                 
            $WERF_ADD_ANNOTATION_1=annoName1=annoValue1",                                           
            $WERF_ADD_ANNOTATION_2=annoName2=annoValue2")
      --add-label=[]
            Add label to deploying resources (can specify multiple).
            Format: labelName=labelValue.
            Also, can be specified with $WERF_ADD_LABEL* (e.g.                                      
            $WERF_ADD_LABEL_1=labelName1=labelValue1", $WERF_ADD_LABEL_2=labelName2=labelValue2")
      --allow-git-shallow-clone=false
            Sign the intention of using shallow clone despite restrictions (default                 
            $WERF_ALLOW_GIT_SHALLOW_CLONE)
      --atomic=false
            Enable auto rollback of the failed release to the previous deployed release version     
            when current deploy process have failed ($WERF_ATOMIC by default)
  -R, --auto-rollback=false
            Enable auto rollback of the failed release to the previous deployed release version     
            when current deploy process have failed ($WERF_AUTO_ROLLBACK by default)
      --config=''
            Use custom configuration file (default $WERF_CONFIG or werf.yaml in working directory)
      --config-templates-dir=''
            Change to the custom configuration templates directory (default                         
            $WERF_CONFIG_TEMPLATES_DIR or .werf in working directory)
      --dir=''
            Use custom working directory (default $WERF_DIR or current directory)
      --docker-config=''
            Specify docker config directory path. Default $WERF_DOCKER_CONFIG or $DOCKER_CONFIG or  
            ~/.docker (in the order of priority)
            Command needs granted permissions to read, pull and push images into the specified      
            repo, to pull base images
      --env=''
            Use specified environment (default $WERF_ENV)
      --follow=false
            Follow git HEAD and run command for each new commit (default $WERF_FOLLOW)
      --git-unshallow=false
            Convert project git clone to full one (default $WERF_GIT_UNSHALLOW)
      --helm-chart-dir=''
            Use custom helm chart dir (default $WERF_HELM_CHART_DIR or .helm in working directory)
      --home-dir=''
            Use specified dir to store werf cache files and dirs (default $WERF_HOME or ~/.werf)
      --hooks-status-progress-period=5
            Hooks status progress period in seconds. Set 0 to stop showing hooks status progress.   
            Defaults to $WERF_HOOKS_STATUS_PROGRESS_PERIOD_SECONDS or status progress period value
      --ignore-secret-key=false
            Disable secrets decryption (default $WERF_IGNORE_SECRET_KEY)
      --insecure-registry=false
            Use plain HTTP requests when accessing a registry (default $WERF_INSECURE_REGISTRY)
      --introspect-before-error=false
            Introspect failed stage in the clean state, before running all assembly instructions of 
            the stage
      --introspect-error=false
            Introspect failed stage in the state, right after running failed assembly instruction
      --introspect-stage=[]
            Introspect a specific stage. The option can be used multiple times to introspect        
            several stages.
            
            There are the following formats to use:
            * specify IMAGE_NAME/STAGE_NAME to introspect stage STAGE_NAME of either image or       
            artifact IMAGE_NAME
            * specify STAGE_NAME or */STAGE_NAME for the introspection of all existing stages with  
            name STAGE_NAME
            
            IMAGE_NAME is the name of an image or artifact described in werf.yaml, the nameless     
            image specified with ~.
            STAGE_NAME should be one of the following: from, beforeInstall, importsBeforeInstall,   
            gitArchive, install, importsAfterInstall, beforeSetup, importsBeforeSetup, setup,       
            importsAfterSetup, gitCache, gitLatestPatch, dockerInstructions, dockerfile
      --kube-config=''
            Kubernetes config file path (default $WERF_KUBE_CONFIG or $WERF_KUBECONFIG or           
            $KUBECONFIG)
      --kube-config-base64=''
            Kubernetes config data as base64 string (default $WERF_KUBE_CONFIG_BASE64 or            
            $WERF_KUBECONFIG_BASE64 or $KUBECONFIG_BASE64)
      --kube-context=''
            Kubernetes config context (default $WERF_KUBE_CONTEXT)
      --log-color-mode='auto'
            Set log color mode.
            Supported on, off and auto (based on the stdout’s file descriptor referring to a        
            terminal) modes.
            Default $WERF_LOG_COLOR_MODE or auto mode.
      --log-debug=false
            Enable debug (default $WERF_LOG_DEBUG).
      --log-pretty=true
            Enable emojis, auto line wrapping and log process border (default $WERF_LOG_PRETTY or   
            true).
      --log-project-dir=false
            Print current project directory path (default $WERF_LOG_PROJECT_DIR)
      --log-quiet=false
            Disable explanatory output (default $WERF_LOG_QUIET).
      --log-terminal-width=-1
            Set log terminal width.
            Defaults to:
            * $WERF_LOG_TERMINAL_WIDTH
            * interactive terminal width or 140
      --log-verbose=false
            Enable verbose output (default $WERF_LOG_VERBOSE).
      --namespace=''
            Use specified Kubernetes namespace (default [[ project ]]-[[ env ]] template or         
            deploy.namespace custom template from werf.yaml or $WERF_NAMESPACE)
  -p, --parallel=true
            Run in parallel (default $WERF_PARALLEL)
      --parallel-tasks-limit=5
            Parallel tasks limit, set -1 to remove the limitation (default                          
            $WERF_PARALLEL_TASKS_LIMIT or 5)
      --release=''
            Use specified Helm release name (default [[ project ]]-[[ env ]] template or            
            deploy.helmRelease custom template from werf.yaml or $WERF_RELEASE)
      --releases-history-max=0
            Max releases to keep in release storage. Can be set by environment variable             
            $WERF_RELEASES_HISTORY_MAX. By default werf keeps all releases.
      --repo=''
            Docker Repo to store stages (default $WERF_REPO)
      --repo-docker-hub-password=''
            Docker Hub password (default $WERF_REPO_DOCKER_HUB_PASSWORD)
      --repo-docker-hub-token=''
            Docker Hub token (default $WERF_REPO_DOCKER_HUB_TOKEN)
      --repo-docker-hub-username=''
            Docker Hub username (default $WERF_REPO_DOCKER_HUB_USERNAME)
      --repo-github-token=''
            GitHub token (default $WERF_REPO_GITHUB_TOKEN)
      --repo-harbor-password=''
            Harbor password (default $WERF_REPO_HARBOR_PASSWORD)
      --repo-harbor-username=''
            Harbor username (default $WERF_REPO_HARBOR_USERNAME)
      --repo-implementation=''
            Choose repo implementation.
            The following docker registry implementations are supported: ecr, acr, default,         
            dockerhub, gcr, github, gitlab, harbor, quay.
            Default $WERF_REPO_IMPLEMENTATION or auto mode (detect implementation by a registry).
      --repo-quay-token=''
            quay.io token (default $WERF_REPO_QUAY_TOKEN)
      --report-format='json'
            Report format (only json available for now, $WERF_REPORT_FORMAT by default)
      --report-path=''
            Report contains image info: full docker repo, tag, ID — for each image                  
            ($WERF_REPORT_PATH by default)
      --secondary-repo=[]
            Specify one or multiple secondary read-only repo with images that will be used as a     
            cache
      --secret-values=[]
            Specify helm secret values in a YAML file (can specify multiple).
            Also, can be defined with $WERF_SECRET_VALUES* (e.g.                                    
            $WERF_SECRET_VALUES_ENV=.helm/secret_values_test.yaml,                                  
            $WERF_SECRET_VALUES=.helm/secret_values_db.yaml)
      --set=[]
            Set helm values on the command line (can specify multiple or separate values with       
            commas: key1=val1,key2=val2).
            Also, can be defined with $WERF_SET* (e.g. $WERF_SET_1=key1=val1, $WERF_SET_2=key2=val2)
      --set-file=[]
            Set values from respective files specified via the command line (can specify multiple   
            or separate values with commas: key1=path1,key2=path2).
            Also, can be defined with $WERF_SET_FILE* (e.g. $WERF_SET_FILE_1=key1=path1,            
            $WERF_SET_FILE_2=key2=val2)
      --set-string=[]
            Set STRING helm values on the command line (can specify multiple or separate values     
            with commas: key1=val1,key2=val2).
            Also, can be defined with $WERF_SET_STRING* (e.g. $WERF_SET_STRING_1=key1=val1,         
            $WERF_SET_STRING_2=key2=val2)
  -Z, --skip-build=false
            Disable building of docker images, cached images in the repo should exist in the repo   
            if werf.yaml contains at least one image description (default $WERF_SKIP_BUILD)
      --skip-tls-verify-registry=false
            Skip TLS certificate validation when accessing a registry (default                      
            $WERF_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY_REGISTRY)
      --ssh-key=[]
            Use only specific ssh key(s).
            Can be specified with $WERF_SSH_KEY* (e.g. $WERF_SSH_KEY_REPO=~/.ssh/repo_rsa",         
            $WERF_SSH_KEY_NODEJS=~/.ssh/nodejs_rsa").
            Defaults to $WERF_SSH_KEY*, system ssh-agent or ~/.ssh/{id_rsa|id_dsa}, see             
            https://werf.io/documentation/reference/toolbox/ssh.html
      --status-progress-period=5
            Status progress period in seconds. Set -1 to stop showing status progress. Defaults to  
            $WERF_STATUS_PROGRESS_PERIOD_SECONDS or 5 seconds
  -S, --synchronization=''
            Address of synchronizer for multiple werf processes to work with a single repo.
            
            Default:
            * $WERF_SYNCHRONIZATION or
            * :local if --repo is not specified or
            * kubernetes://werf-synchronization if --repo is specified
            
            The same address should be specified for all werf processes that work with a single     
            repo. :local address allows execution of werf processes from a single host only
  -t, --timeout=0
            Resources tracking timeout in seconds
      --tmp-dir=''
            Use specified dir to store tmp files and dirs (default $WERF_TMP_DIR or system tmp dir)
      --values=[]
            Specify helm values in a YAML file or a URL (can specify multiple).
            Also, can be defined with $WERF_VALUES* (e.g. $WERF_VALUES_ENV=.helm/values_test.yaml,  
            $WERF_VALUES_DB=.helm/values_db.yaml)
      --virtual-merge=false
            Enable virtual/ephemeral merge commit mode when building current application state      
            ($WERF_VIRTUAL_MERGE by default)
      --virtual-merge-from-commit=''
            Commit hash for virtual/ephemeral merge commit with new changes introduced in the pull  
            request ($WERF_VIRTUAL_MERGE_FROM_COMMIT by default)
      --virtual-merge-into-commit=''
            Commit hash for virtual/ephemeral merge commit which is base for changes introduced in  
            the pull request ($WERF_VIRTUAL_MERGE_INTO_COMMIT by default)