OCI Service Operator for Kubernetes
The OCI Service Operator for Kubernetes (OSOK) makes it easy to create, manage, and connect to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) resources from a Kubernetes environment. Kubernetes users can simply install OSOK and perform actions on OCI resources using the Kubernetes API removing the need to use the OCI CLI or other OCI developer tools to interact with a service API.
OSOK is based on the Operator Framework, an open-source toolkit used to manage Operators. It uses the controller-runtime library, which provides high-level APIs and abstractions to write operational logic and also provides tools for scaffolding and code generation for Operators.
See the Installation instructions for detailed installation and configuration of OCI Service Operator for Kubernetes.
See the Documentation for complete details on installation, security and service related configurations of OCI Service Operator for Kubernetes.
The OCI Service Operator for Kubernetes is packaged as Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM) Bundle for making it easy to install in Kubernetes Clusters. The bundle can be downloaded as docker image using below command.
docker pull iad.ocir.io/oracle/oci-service-operator-bundle:0.0.2
Samples for managing OCI Services/Resources using
oci-service-operator, can be found here.
oci-service-operator project welcomes contributions from the community. Before submitting a pull request, please review our contribution guide.
Please consult the security guide for our responsible security vulnerability disclosure process.
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