Understanding Kubernetes controllers part II – object stores and indexers

In the last post, we have seen that our sample controller uses Listers to retrieve the current state of Kubernetes resources. In this post, we will take a closer look at how these Listers work. Essentially, we have already seen how to use the Kubernetes Go client to retrieve informations on Kubernetes resources, so we … Continue reading Understanding Kubernetes controllers part II – object stores and indexers

Automating cluster creation on DigitalOcean

So far I have mostly used Amazons EKS platform for my posts on Kubernetes. However, this is of course not the only choice - there are many other providers that offer Kubernetes in a cloud environment. One of them which is explicitly targeting developers is DigitalOcean. In this post, I will show you how easy … Continue reading Automating cluster creation on DigitalOcean