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  • GitHub repo sample-controller

    Repository for sample controller. Complements sample-apiserver

  • GitHub repo kots

    KOTS provides the framework, tools and integrations that enable the delivery and management of 3rd-party Kubernetes applications, a.k.a. Kubernetes Off-The-Shelf (KOTS) Software.

  • GitHub repo mongodb-kubernetes-operator

    MongoDB Community Kubernetes Operator

  • GitHub repo percona-xtradb-cluster-operator

    A Kubernetes Operator for Percona XtraDB Cluster

  • GitHub repo percona-server-mongodb-operator

    A Kubernetes Operator for Percona Server for MongoDB

  • GitHub repo spark-on-k8s-operator

    Kubernetes operator for managing the lifecycle of Apache Spark applications on Kubernetes.

  • GitHub repo KubernetesCRDOperator

    A sample about Kubernetes controller which can work with CRD to implement Operator pattern.

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Posts where kubeplus has been mentioned. We have used some of these posts to build our list of alternatives and similar projects - the last one was on 2021-06-18.
  • Opensource K8s operator developed in Go to contribute
    Get up-to-speed on Operators. Here is a Operator FAQ that we maintain that you can be helpful:
  • How to migrate WordPress to aks k8s cluster
    As a reference, here is a Wordpress stack that you can check out:
  • Helm charts as-a-Service | 2021-06-08
    We have developed a tool (KubePlus - ) that helps with creating Kubernetes styles APIs wrapping Helm charts. You can use these APIs (essentially, Kubernetes custom resources) to instantiate the underlying Helm chart. KubePlus is able to apply resource policies on the resources created as part of the Helm release, monitor the resources within a release, and track their inter-relationships. You can use KubePlus in any situation where you want to have some control over who and how the Helm charts are deployed in your clusters. Some examples are - as a Platform team you want to provide your product team a way to instantiate some complex application packaged as Helm chart, but you don't want to share the Helm chart directly with them. Or, you want to setup a SaaS environment for your application packaged as a Helm chart, where you want to instantiate an application per tenant (helm release) through some type of self-service tenant portal.
  • Revisiting MongoDB Operator, June 2021
    We have developed Operator Maturity Model to assess readiness of Operators from different aspects (consumability, security, robustness, portability). You can check it out here:
  • Exposing Custom Resource Statuses outside of a cluster | 2021-06-03
    We have developed a set of kubectl plugins to solve this problem. You can find them here:
  • how to force delete an elasticsearch cluster from GKE
    One way to delete will be to search for all the resources that are created by the elasticsearch custom resource and then issue delete commands on them. You might find a kubectl plugin that we have developed handy for this. It is called 'kubectl connections'. You can install it following these steps:
  • How do you manage pods resources configurations?
    You might want to checkout KubePlus ( It is a platform that we are developing to deliver Helm charts as a SaaS. One of the things that it supports is defining resource policies for Helm charts. As platform engineering team you register a new Kubernetes API (a Custom Resource) representing a Helm chart. As part of this definition you can specify resource requests/limits for the Pods that will be created as part of that Helm chart. The consumers of this API are the teams that you are supporting (say, your product teams). When they instantiate this Custom Resource, KubePlus will deploy the registered Helm chart and apply the resource policies on all the Pods that are created as part of that release. Here is an example of Hello-world Service created using KubePlus We also have other examples such as, Wordpress, Moodle, Mongodb, etc. here:
  • packaging a SaaS cloud product | 2021-05-14
    I would highly recommend checking us out - We have a solution called KubePlus for designing and managing SaaS on Kubernetes. Checkout sample Wordpress-as-a-Service example here: Core of the product is open source, which enables SaaS providers deliver any Helm chart as-a-Service to their consumers. KubePlus has been tested with GKE, EKS, and OpenShift currently. But it should work on any Kubernetes distro. I will be happy to demo KubePlus for your scenario. Just schedule a demo here:
  • Multi-instance multi-tenancy on Kubernetes | 2021-04-28
    Ping me on Slack if you run into any issues or want to discuss about your requirements. Slack link is available here: