Amazon EKS provider for Kuby.
In Kuby parlance, a "provider" is an adapter that enables Kuby to deploy apps to a specific cloud provider. In this case, we're talking about Amazon's Elastic Kubernetes Service, or EKS.
All providers adhere to a specific interface, meaning you can swap out one provider for another without having to change your code.
Enable the EKS provider like so:
require 'aws-sdk-eks' Kuby.define('MyApp') do environment(:production) do kubernetes do provider :eks do region 'us-west-2' cluster_name 'my-cluster' credentials( Aws::Credentials.new( 'my-access-key-id', 'my-secret-access-key' ) ) end end end end
credentials method should be passed an instance of
Aws::Credentials or one of the other
Aws::CredentialProvider subclasses, eg.
Once configured, you should be able to run all the Kuby rake tasks as you would with any provider.
Licensed under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.
- Cameron C. Dutro: http://github.com/camertron