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kubebuilder-declarative-pattern

kubebuilder-declarative-pattern provides a set of tools for building declarative cluster operators with kubebuilder. Declarative operators provide a fast path to orchestrating Kubernetes deployments to enable domain experts to focus their component instead of re-answering questions like 'how do I get this YAML into the cluster?' or 'how do I update it?'.

🚧 Work in Progress 🚧

This repo is under very active development and will change rapidly over the short term. Follow the Work in Progress issue for an all clear when it is ready for development.

Development

Running Smoke Tests

Smoke tests are provided to ensure basic functinality of the framework against example operators. They should be ran as part of significant code changes. The tests require a running Kubernetes cluster to be targeted from the local machine and write access to a GCR bucket.

cd hack
IMG=<a writeable image path, eg, gcr.io/my-project/controller:latest> go run smoketest.go

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Community, discussion, contribution, and support

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Code of conduct

Participation in the Kubernetes community is governed by the Kubernetes Code of Conduct.

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