Workshop: How to design a Kubernetes/Openshift Operator

  • Define the product
  • Identify the goals of the Operator
  • Implementation using operator-sdk

Define the product: (Kubernetes Lingo: Templates)

  • Templates
  • Spec: Configurable parameters
  • Container Packaging

Identify the goals of the Operator

Operations/Objects:

  • Create: Instance when (A user creates the Custom Resource type of demo product) & where required (which namespace you want to deploy it)
  • Watch: for events (Modification in the resource: route, spec/status, service, etc)
  • Reconcile: Modification/Recreation (Action you want to take when the event happens)

Implementation

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