Basics of Go in Fedora

Why use RPMs (distribution packages in general) at all ?!

Distribution RPMs enables you to get signed curated content, with security updates, bug fixes, general updates, some level of testing, and known ways of reproducing the build locally. Of course, it has its cost mostly in the package size overhead and packaging infrastructure overhead (yum, dnf, apt….).

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Using the Kubernetes Client for Go

The Kubernetes client package for Go provides developers with a vast range of functions to access data and resources in a cluster. Taking advantage of its capabilities can allow the opportunity to build powerful controllers, monitoring and managing your cluster, beyond the scope of what is offered by stock OpenShift or Kubernetes setups.

For example, the PodInterface allows you to list, update, delete, or get specific pods either by namespace or across all namespaces. This interface is complemented by similar implementations for many other cluster resource types such as ReplicationControllers and ResourceQuotas.

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