Building kubectl plugins with Quarkus | DevNation Tech Talk
We all know how flexible Kubernetes extensions can be - Tekton and Knative are examples. But did you know it's also pretty easy to extend kubectl, the Kubernetes superstar CLI? In this session we see how a kubectl plugin is designed and then from scratch, we will build our own plugin using Quarkus. That will give us the opportunity to discover the command mode of Quarkus, rediscover how native compilation can create super fast binaries, and see how the Kubernetes-client extensions make it super easy to interact with a Kubernetes cluster.