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Ackal uses a Kubernetes Operator to orchestrate the lifecycle of its health checks. Ackal’s Operator is written in Go using kubebuilder. Yesterday, my interest was piqued by a MetalBear blog post Writing a Kubernetes Operator [in Rust]. I spent some time reimplementing one of Ackal’s CRDs (Check) using kube-rs and not only refreshed my Rust knowledge but learned a bunch more about Kubernetes and Operators. While rummaging around the Kubernetes documentation, I discovered flant’s Shell-operator and spent some time today exploring its potential.
Infrastructure as Code
Problem I’m building an application that comprises: Kubernetes¹ Kubernetes Operator Cloud Firestore Cloud Functions Cloud Run Cloud Endpoints Stripe Firebase Authentication ¹ - I’m using Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) but may include other managed Kubernetes offerings (e.g. Digital Ocean, Linode, Oracle). GKE clusters are manageable by gcloud but other platforms require other CLI tools. All are accessible from bash but are these supported by e.g. Terraform (see below)? Many of the components are packaged as container images and, because I’m using GitHub to host the project’s repos (I’ll leave the monorepo discussion for another post), I’ve become inculcated and use GitHub Container Registry (GHCR) as the container repo.