I’m sure I’m not the only one struggling to keep track of all new tools and practices in the DevOps industry.
Last month I asked myself, how could I keep up to date with new things?
Enter Adventures in Kubeland!!
The idea is simple, explore Kubernetes and the CNCF landscape to get familiar with the various tools.
But why would I learn by myself when we could be learning together?
Cluster API in case you don’t know it is:
a Kubernetes sub-project focused on providing declarative APIs and tooling to simplify provisioning, upgrading, and operating multiple Kubernetes clusters.
Multi-tenancy is defined by the project itself:
Starting from v0.6.5, single controller multi-tenancy is supported that allows using a different AWS Identity for each workload cluster. For details, see the multi-tenancy proposal.
That is exactly what we are going to see in this post.