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Managing Distributed Applications in Kubernetes Using Cilium and Istio with Helm and Operator for Deployment
8 projects | dev.to | 1 Apr 2022
Now I’d like to call out the Operator Framework here, and more specifically the Operator SDK and the individual operators that make up a number of the things we’ve covered here.
Kubernetes Operators to realize the dream of Zero-Touch Ops
5 projects | dev.to | 19 Jan 2022
Running two Kubernetes Operators locally
1 project | dev.to | 12 Jan 2022
So the metric port is already used.The Operator SDK generates ports for metrics and health automatically. These are set in the main.go
Manifest Driven Release Management for Microservices
1 project | reddit.com/r/devops | 8 Jan 2022
It does not solve the organizational problem as others indicated, but a useful tool to resolve inter-service dependencies might be the https://sdk.operatorframework.io/ for Kubernetes. You could make the operator check if certain conditions are met, e.g. if a certain service is available or provides a certain feature before letting it deploy the real workload. The idea is to basically encode the human operator know how into code and let the operator itself be a stateless deployment which you can simply push, e.g. via GitOps tooling like ArgoCD or Flux. You not only can encode deployment related parts, but also day two operations tasks, like backup/restore or failover scenarios.
I started learning GoLang so that I can write Kubernetes Operators and API extensions but...
1 project | reddit.com/r/devops | 13 Dec 2021
There are client libraries for other common languages but if you us Go you can import the native Kubernetes code into your project which is significantly easier. In particular, Operator SDK makes writing Operators much easier and only supports Go.
Top reasons for using an older Go toolchain?
1 project | reddit.com/r/golang | 16 Nov 2021
Maybe that's the point. I am thinking of people who might (mistakenly) assume that they need to maintain multiple Go version on their machines because the project's readme "requires" a particular version. (Example: operator-sdk says "releases are compiled with Go 1.16". Looking deeper into the project, I see the Go version hard-coded into GitHub Action configs, but I see no explanation why the code cannot be compiled with Go 1.17.x instead.)
Build a Kubernetes Operator in 10 minutes with Operator SDK | Opensource.com
2 projects | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 16 Mar 2021
Does the Kubernetes provider have any way to run Kubernetes Operators?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Terraform | 7 Mar 2021
If I want to launch a k8 operator into my cluster, is there any way to do it through the K8 provider? Or will I have to do some messy null_resource local-exec kubectl apply steps myself?
InterSystems Kubernetes Operator Deep Dive: Introduction to Kubernetes Operators
3 projects | dev.to | 21 Jan 2021
A controller can be written in any language. We’ll use Golang as Kubernetes’ "native" language. We could write a controller’s logic from scratch but the good folks from Google and RedHat gave us a leg up. They have created two projects that can generate the operator code that will only require minimum changes – kubebuilder and operator-sdk. These two are compared at the kubebuilder vs operator-sdk page, as well as here: What is the difference between kubebuilder and operator-sdk #1758.
What kind of web application can I create to test it on Kubernetes?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/devops | 20 May 2022
Deploy a postgresql database on the cluster, if you want a reference architecture or a view of "production ready" db in production, try this https://github.com/CrunchyData/postgres-operator.
Can I use Docker on Azure to run a Postgres DB?
1 project | reddit.com/r/docker | 18 Apr 2022
Here's the link to the operator: Production PostgreSQL for Kubernetes, from high availability Postgres clusters to full-scale database-as-a-service.
ELI5: Why is it not advisable to run databases in k8s?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 16 Mar 2022
Then you have to consider the operator itself. On paper those things sound like the reborn saviour and i agree that they solve a lot of problems for you. Until you run into some edge case like https://github.com/CrunchyData/postgres-operator/issues/2615 . And sure enough you can work around that by adding a 1:1 copy of your production cluster to run testsuits on and/or buy the professional support. Yeah it was fixed 3 weeks later, but now you have to roll this new version out across your environments, testing everything again.
PostgreSQL on Cloud SQL or GKE a Kubernetes Node?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/googlecloud | 26 Nov 2021
Here are a couple kubernetes operators for Postgres: zaland /postgres-operator, CrunchyData/postgres-operator.
Postgresql operator in kubernetes
1 project | reddit.com/r/kubernetes | 12 Nov 2021
Postgres | PgBouncer cannot access databases (with owner login)
1 project | reddit.com/r/PostgreSQL | 21 Oct 2021
Issue raied with Crunchydata too github.com/CrunchyData/postgres-operator/issues/2800
Best Way to run Postgresql for SaaS(Google Cloud)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/PostgreSQL | 21 Oct 2021
Ask HN: Does anyone use a fully Kubernetes-native stack at home/work?
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 4 Oct 2021
Ubuntu apache in a VM vs a container... seeking the wisdon of the elders
1 project | reddit.com/r/sysadmin | 16 Aug 2021
Containers are just an abstraction see crunchydata PGO for an example of containerized (K8s) Postgresql. K8s is ideally the way to do this stuff as if you do go down the docker side of things eventually you will start to need something like it. Everyone says K8s is container orchestration but it's really a lot more and requires deep networking and Linux knowledge. Also yaml, walls and walls of yaml.
Kubegres is a Kubernetes operator for PostgreSql
3 projects | reddit.com/r/PostgreSQL | 14 Apr 2021
Awesome looking project -- You might want to add some comparisons to zalando/postgres-operator and CrunchyData/postgres-operator. kubegres looks way simpler (and built on more recent kubebuilder tech).
What are some alternatives?
postgres-operator - Postgres operator creates and manages PostgreSQL clusters running in Kubernetes
kubegres - Kubegres is a Kubernetes operator allowing to deploy one or many clusters of PostgreSql instances and manage databases replication, failover and backup.
postgres-operator - Production PostgreSQL for Kubernetes, from high availability Postgres clusters to full-scale database-as-a-service.
sample-controller-kubebuilder - This is Sample Controller(Foo Controller) developed by Kubebuilder
cloudflare-ingress-controller - A Kubernetes ingress controller for Cloudflare's Argo Tunnels
k3s - Lightweight Kubernetes
terraform-provider-kubernetes-alpha - A Terraform provider for Kubernetes that uses dynamic resource types and server-side apply. Supports all Kubernetes resources.
QuestDB - An open source SQL database designed to process time series data, faster
controller-runtime - Repo for the controller-runtime subproject of kubebuilder (sig-apimachinery)
external-dns - Configure external DNS servers (AWS Route53, Google CloudDNS and others) for Kubernetes Ingresses and Services
postgres - Unmodified Postgres with some useful plugins