In this episode
Show notes: https://github.com/vmware-tanzu/tgik/blob/master/episodes/124/README.md
- 00:00:00 - Welcome to TGIK!
- 00:03:50 - Week in Review
- 00:23:21 - Start talking about KUDO
- 00:24:50 - Comparison to other projects
- 00:26:13 - Operators defined and KUDO overview
- 00:33:06 - Limitations of KUDO and some future plans
- 00:35:16 - Using KUDO with Zookeeper operator
- 00:35:44 - Install KUDO commandline
- 00:36:07 - kubectl kudo init
- 00:46:24 - Install zookeeper
- 00:50:37 - Run validation task (and hit a bug!)
- 01:00:17 - Noodling on how backup/recovery would integrate
- 01:02:25 - Operator index and publishing operators
- 01:07:30 - Looking at zookeeper operator
- 01:13:15 - Compared to Helm, templating options, gitops?
- 01:17:28 - Validation as Job
- 01:19:03 - Exploring other Operators
- 01:22:32 - Different Task types
- 01:26:33 - Testing with Kuttl
- 01:31:05 - Final thoughts and goodbye
Come hang out with Joe as he does a bit of hands on hacking of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Joe talking about the things he knows. Some of this will be Joe exploring something new with the audience. Come join the fun, ask questions, comment, and participate in the live chat!
This week we are covering KUDO (https://kudo.dev/). KUDO is the Kubernetes Universal Declarative Operator. It is a structured toolkit for creating operators. Lots of interesting ideas and examples to dig into.