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Krucible Go Client

This is the Go client for Krucible, the platform for creating ephemeral Kubernetes clusters optimised for testing and development.

Installation

The Krucible Go client is built using Go modules and thus that is the recommended way of including the Krucible client into your project.

go get github.com/Krucible/krucible-go-client

Usage

To get started, import the krucible package and create a client:

import "github.com/Krucible/krucible-go-client/krucible"

client := krucible.NewClient(krucible.ClientConfig{
	AccountID:    "4ad69a63-bb6c-49a8-9c6f-6a166fb5acff",
	APIKeyId:     "146d98c4-327d-4a2d-b85a-49590246e136",
	APIKeySecret: "0da8afd2911904aa9bad8862a3e7478a",
})

Creating a cluster

You should then be able to create new Krucible clusters with CreateCluster:

cluster, clientset, err := client.CreateCluster(krucible.CreateClusterConfig{
	DisplayName: "my-krucible-cluster",
})

CreateCluster returns a krucible.Cluster struct, containing metadata about your cluster, and a kubernetes.Clientset that is set up to connect to the new cluster.

Getting the cluster expiry time:

fmt.Println(cluster.ExpiresAt)

Listing the pods in the default namespace:

pods, err := clientset.CoreV1().
	Pods("default").
	List(
		context.Background(),
		metav1.ListOptions{},
	)

Getting a cluster

Get existing clusters with GetCluster:

cluster, err = client.GetCluster("51b831d4-a9d6-4489-913e-6df70fcc8ea8")

Here cluster is a krucible.Cluster struct, containing metadata about the cluster.

Getting a cluster clientset

Get a Kubernetes client-go Clientset, configured to connect to a given cluster:

cs, err := client.GetClusterClientset("51b831d4-a9d6-4489-913e-6df70fcc8ea8")