In this chapter, we will look into how we can call the DigitalOcean API on the add event of the Kluster resources. We will see a DigitalOcean cluster being created as soon as a Kluster resource is created in the local cluster.
Writing Kubernetes Operator (Kluster) from Scratch
Generating ClientSet/Informers/Lister for custom resource
Implementing add and delete handler function
Interacting with DigitalOcean APIs on Kluster's add event
SubResources and additional printer columns for CRDs
Event recorder for Kluster custom resource
Packaging (containerise and RBAC) your K8S operator
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