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Building Kubernetes Operators using Ansible

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Gonéri Le Bouder head shot

Jason Dobies

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Session abstract

Operators simplify the deployment and management of complex, stateful applications on Kubernetes. One option for writing them is to have knowledge of the language Go and expertise with the internals of Kubernetes. But, there's an alternative to that with a significantly lower barrier to entry. The Operator SDK, one component of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Operator Framework, natively supports building Operators that can run Ansible Playbooks, making it easier for Operator development and integrating seamlessly with existing Ansible workflows and tooling.

Session speaker

Gonéri Le Bouder head shot

 

Jason Dobies

Red Hat

 

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