Have you ever heard about Service Catalog concept in Kubernetes? No? That's a pity as this is a great concept which enables cloud administrator to provision services/data-sources without deep knowledge of how and where they're provisioned.
Don't be scared, you can still have a full control of your provisioning as Service Catalog is asking Service Broker to provision requested services and we are here to help with setting up Ansible Service Broker. The combination of Service Catalog and Service broker enables you to connect your current Ansible defined infrastructure with kubernetes API.
What you will learn:
- what Service Catalog is and how to use it
- bootstrapping Service Catalog and Service Broker inside Kubernetes Cluster
- provisioning services via Service Catalog
- binding two services together (delivering DB connection data to your APP)
- creating custom service for Ansible Service Broker
What to bring with you:
- a laptop with working Kubernetes cluster (minishift/minikube)
- Kubernetes client (kubectl)