Kubernetes Operator to create Kubernetes-native APIs from Helm charts for multi-instance SaaS (by cloud-ark)

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  • Traditional Shared Hosting on Kubernetes?
    2 projects | /r/kubernetes | 21 Apr 2023
  • Kubebouncer - Custom admission controller webhooks
    3 projects | /r/kubernetes | 20 Apr 2023
    We went through this migration/upgrade in our KubePlus project (https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus). It has an embedded webhook in it, fyi.
  • Is it a good idea to use k8s namespace-based multitenancy for delivering managed service of an application?
    4 projects | /r/kubernetes | 18 Mar 2023
    You might want to check out - KubePlus (https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus), which has already been referenced in the thread and is exactly designed for building managed application services. I am the originator and core contributor to this project. KubePlus is a Kubernetes Operator that takes an application Helm chart and represents it as a Kubernetes API (CRD) on the cluster. This API allows you to create instances of the application in separate namespaces automatically ensuring a secure perimeter around each instance using NetworkPolicy, Resource Quota, and RBAC. These soft multi-tenancy measures are already mentioned in the thread along with the namespace. KubePlus has automated all of them for you under an API. This API not only allows the creation of the application instances but also supports day-2 operations such as monitoring, troubleshooting, and upgrades to simplify the end-to-end functioning of any managed application service. We are currently seeing interest from teams that want to create managed services for different types of containerized applications, including open-source platforms such as WordPress, Moodle, Ozone/OpenMRS, AI/ML workloads, etc. KubePlus has been tested successfully with all (90+) Bitnami Helm charts. For anyone who wants to deliver a managed application with minimal / no Kubernetes access to their customers, KubePlus can help by accelerating the implementation of namespace-based multi-tenancy on Kubernetes. With the ability to set NetworkPolicy and Resource Quota per application instance, the blast radius is restricted, if something goes wrong in an application instance. KubePlus does not need admin permissions on your cluster. This makes it possible to use KubePlus to manage your application instances on your customer's cluster as well.
  • Writing a Kubernetes Operator
    11 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 9 Mar 2023
    We have an FAQ about Operators here: https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus/blob/master/Operator-F...

    It should be helpful if you are new to the Operator concept.

    Operators are generally useful for handling domain-specific actions - for example, performing database backups, installing plugins on Moodle/Wordpress, etc. If you are looking for application deployment then a Helm chart should be sufficient.

  • Use Kubernetes to run your SaaS
    1 project | /r/SaaS | 18 Nov 2022
    If you are currently delivering your SaaS as a separate instance of your application per customer, you might want to check out our open-source project KubePlus - https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus
  • Kubernetes for SaaS with multi-instance
    3 projects | /r/kubernetes | 22 Oct 2022
    A more commerical offering is from Cloudark who have designed a specific solution for operating your Helm application as a SaaS offering. I have never used it (ArgoCD being my poison) but you might find it fits your usecase better
  • Simplest way to host kubernetes with user-level isolation and multi-tenancy
    1 project | /r/kubernetes | 23 Jul 2022
    As part of your data platform are you planning to create a separate instance of the database for your end customer? If so, you might find our KubePlus Operator helpful. Check it out here: https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus
  • One user per pod with Kubernetes or other container orchestration tools
    1 project | /r/kubernetes | 20 Jan 2022
    We have been helping organizations build such multi-instance multi-tenant cloud-native applications. We start with an application Helm chart and create separate release of it per customer/user of that organization. We have an open source Kubernetes Operator that aids in this: https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus
  • What is your experience with operators?
    2 projects | /r/kubernetes | 22 Nov 2021
    You might also want to checkout Operator guidelines and Operator FAQ: - Operator Maturity Model guidelines: https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus/blob/master/Guidelines.md
  • Does anybody need a Kubernetes Operator for auto renewing SSL certificates?
    3 projects | /r/kubernetes | 29 Sep 2021
    The project that is getting some traction recently is our KubePlus Operator that delivers Helm charts as-a-service: https://github.com/cloud-ark/kubeplus
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