Introduction to KUDO: Automate Day-2 Operations (II)

Introduction to KUDO: Automate Day-2 Operations (II)

In a previous article, we discussed KUDO and the benefits of it when you want to create or manage Operators. In this article we will focus on how to start to work with KUDO: Installation, using a predefined Operator and create your own one. Installing KUDO To install KUDO the

In a previous article, we discussed KUDO and the benefits of it when you want to create or manage Operators.

In this article we will focus on how to start to work with KUDO: Installation, using a predefined Operator and create your own one.

Installing KUDO

To install KUDO the first step is to install the CLI plugin in order to manage KUDO via CLI. Depending on your OS you can use a package manager like Brew or Krew, however installing the binary is a straightforward option to proceed.

You can download binary from the Kudo GitHub repo, going to the last release and checking the related assets to pick the right one for you.

In this example we are using a x86-64 Linux distribution and the related package is kudo_0.11.0-rc1_darwin_x86_64.tar.gz. After uncompressing the file we should copy the binary to a directory included in our path like /usr/local/bin.

$ tar xvfz kudo_0.10.1_linux_x86_64.tar.gz

$ sudo cp kubectl-kudo /usr/local/bin/

Following that, we would be able to use kubectl kudo in our CLI to manage all our objects, including installing KUDO. The first step is to proceed with the installation doing a kubectl kudo init

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