Credential classes to access Kubernetes clusters
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README.md

Kubernetes Credentials Plugin

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Contains classes shared between the Kubernetes Plugin and the Kubernetes CLI Plugin:

  • an OpenShift username/password credentials that can fetch a valid Kubernetes token when needed
  • an OpenShift secret credentials, which is meant to hold a Kubernetes token

Those credentials are available through the UI and in pipelines.

Building and Testing

To build the extension, run:

mvn clean package

and upload target/kubernetes-credentials.hpi to your Jenkins installation.

To run the tests:

mvn clean test

Releasing

mvn release:prepare release:perform