Automated Provisioning in Kubernetes
When deploying applications in a Kubernetes cluster, certain types of services are commonly required. Many applications require a database, a storage service, a message broker, identity management, and so on. You have enough work on your hands containerizing your own application. Wouldn’t it be handy if those other services were ready and available for use inside the cluster?
The Service Catalog
Don’t get stuck deploying and managing those other services yourself; let the Service Catalog do it for you. The Kubernetes Service Catalog README states:
“The end-goal of the service-catalog project is to provide a way for Kubernetes users to consume services from brokers and easily configure their applications to use those services, without needing detailed knowledge about how those services are created or managed.”
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