In this course, we will write a Kubernetes operator (kluster) from scratch. Kluster operator listens to the creation of Kluster resources and creates a DigitalOcean Kubernetes cluster.
Lesson 1 | 1:00:53
In this chapter, we will start writing a Kubernetes Operator, Kluster, that is going to provision Kubernetes cluster on Digital Ocean dynamically.
Lesson 2 | 44:29
We will implement handling for add and delete events on the Kluster resources. Plus, we will add a field in the Kluster resource that will help us getting the token to call DigitalOcean APIs.
Lesson 3 | 43:02
How to call the DigitalOcean API on the add event of the Kluster resources. Plus, see a DigitalOcean cluster being created as soon as a Kluster resource is created in the local cluster.
Lesson 4 | 35:37
Let's go ahead and implement status sub resource for the kluster type that we have in our project as part of the operator.
Lesson 5 | 51:47
Continuing writing the Kluster operator in this chapter, we specifically, implement 2 functionalities - Wait for a k8s cluster to get created in DigitalOcean - Generating events
Lesson 6 | 37:02
How to containerize the application that we have been writing and set up RBAC so that it can be deployed on the Kubernetes cluster.
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