This charm provides auto deployment for kubernetes
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This subordinate charm serves as a plugin for the Kubernetes cluster and manages a namespace. It support the following operations:
- Creating resources using the kubernetes-deployer interface. - Adding networkpolicies on a namespace level.
Using the Charm
The charm is subordinate to a kubernetes master.
juju deploy ./kubernetes-deployer deployer
juju add-relation deployer kubernetes-master
Configuring the application
namespace: Every deployer is limited to one namespace. These namespaces should be unique per deployer charm!
isolated: Requires a Kubernetes cluster with network policy support such as the canal bundle. If true all pods within the namespace are isolated.
- Namespaces which do not have any resources will be removed.
- Do not use
generateNamein any resource manifest.
kubectl applyis used behind the screens and does not support the auto creation of names. See the following issue.
- Charms who are creating k8s resources via the deployer can use the
get_uuid()function from the kubernetes-deployer interface to ensure unique resource names.
- The deployer will add the following labels to any resource it creates:
deployer: name of the deployer who created the resource.
juju_unit: name of the juju unit application (minus the unit number).
model_uuid: uuid of the juju model.
juju_app: uuid of the juju unit created by the kubernetes-deployer interface.
How it works
The deployer stores all resources locally on the Kubernetes master and uses
kubectl apply to create all requested resources. The deployer keeps the following dir structure:
| | default.yaml
| | dev.yaml
| | live.yaml
| | da83235577854e42ae7fceee159d9c15-0.yaml
| | da83235577854e42ae7fceee159d9c15-1.yaml
- Resources will not be deleted when a resource requesting charm has multiple units where each unit requests different resources. This scenario occurs when a unit calls
send_create_request()twice, once with an actual resource request and the second time with an empty list. The cleanup will trigger after the relation between the k8s-deployer and requesting charm is removed.
This software was created in the IDLab research group of Ghent University in Belgium. This software is used in Tengu, a project that aims to make experimenting with data frameworks and tools as easy as possible.