My Journey With Spark On Kubernetes... In Python (3/3)

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  • python

    Official Python client library for kubernetes (by kubernetes-client)

    We need to operate Kubernetes as part of a Python client application. So, we need to interact with the Kubernetes REST API. Luckily we do not need to implement the API calls and manage HTTP requests/responses ourselves: we can rely on the Kubernetes Python client, among other officially-supported Kubernetes client libraries for other languages such as Go, Java, .NET, JavaScript and Haskell (there are also a lot of community-maintained client libraries for many languages).

  • Would you like to know more? The Python scripts explained in this last article are available in this GitHub repository. Serve yourself.

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  • helm

    The Kubernetes Package Manager

    Normally, you don't do that, at least that's not in Kubernetes' philosophy: Kubernetes files should be template-free and should only be patched, by the means of Kustomize for instance. Helm has also its own templating system.

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