You can greatly expand the capabilities of the Ingress resource by using an Ingress controller like Kong for Kubernetes that uses custom resource definitions and provides many plug-ins. In this post, you'll see How to Use the Kubernetes Ingress API
You can greatly expand the capabilities of the Ingress resource by using an Ingress controller like Kong for Kubernetes that uses custom resource definitions and provides many plug-ins
These APIs are ones I’ve personally come across and thought were cool, fun, interesting, and different — giving you an edge on your next project!
In this article, we will explore how you can use Kubernetes API to manage objects inside Kubernetes. Also, we are going to use the official Java Client library of Kubernetes.
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Discover all about Skaffold, a command-line build and deploy automation tool for Kubernetes that supports continuous development for your applications.
Representational state transfer (REST) is a style of software architecture. As described in a dissertation by Roy Fielding, REST is an "architectural style" that basically exploits the existing technology and protocols of the Web. RESTful is typically used to refer to web services implementing such an architecture.