Programming Kubernetes: Developing Cloud-native Applications (英語) ペーパーバック – 2019/8/6
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If you’re looking to develop native applications in Kubernetes, this is your guide. Developers and AppOps administrators will learn how to build Kubernetes-native applications that interact directly with the API server to query or update the state of resources. AWS developer advocate Michael Hausenblas and Red Hat principal software engineer Stefan Schimanski explain the characteristics of these apps and show you how to program Kubernetes to build them.
You’ll explore the basic building blocks of Kubernetes, including the client-go API library and custom resources. All you need to get started is a rudimentary understanding of development and system administration tools and practices, such as package management, the Go programming language, and Git.
- Walk through Kubernetes API basics and dive into the server’s inner structure
- Explore Kubernetes’s programming interface in Go, including Kubernetes API objects
- Learn about custom resources—the central extension tools used in the Kubernetes ecosystem
- Use tags to control Kubernetes code generators for custom resources
- Write custom controllers and operators and make them production ready
- Extend the Kubernetes API surface by implementing a custom API server
Michael Hausenblas is an AWS developer advocate. Stefan Schimanski is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat.
Stefan Schimanski is a Senior Software Engineer at Red Hat.
I'm a developer and I bought this book to deepen my understanding for how to deploy my web software on Kubernetes.
This is not what this book is for, despite its title and rear jacket description.
When you say "Developing Cloud Native Applications" and the word "Application" to you means k8s Operator or K8s Controller, it shows immense blindness and self importance. As if k8s exists to just to support the k8s hype economy, not for end-developers to solve problems and deploy their software in a "cloud native" way.
An honest title for this book would have been "How to extend Kubernetes: Developing custom resources, operators and controllers", so that developers aren't tricked into buying this book.