Kubernetes Controller Pattern Example with Java and MySQL

A controller written in Java that creates MySQL databases in a Kubernetes cluster

This post is a continuation of Kubernetes with Java - Handling Events which showed us how to subscribe to API events for a given type of Kubernetes resource and deal with them in near real-time. In this post, we will learn how to use that capability along side other client machinery components to write a Kubernetes controller. What are we trying to do For this post, our goal is to make it easier to create multiple MySQL database instances in a Kubernetes cluster. [Read More]