Generating Kubernetes Resources


No one likes to maintain and edit 1000s of lines of YAML. As such a common approach used is generating your YAML files from a more succinct language. This talk briefly touches on a few of the approaches, which hopefully will inspire you to try one of them out for your own cluster. Quick oveview of helm2 (go tmpl), helm3 (lua), hand crafted, code generators, ksonnet, kustomize, dhall.

Speaker

keegan-carruthers-smith

Keegan Carruthers-Smith

  
Keegan is a software engineer at Sourcegraph.com who is particularly interested in developer productivity. In a previous life he was into competitive programming and maths. He can still kickflip and is a self-taught nappy changer.