kube-rclone is a rclone mount solution for Kubernetes. It allows you to sync files and directories to and from different cloud storage providers i.e Google Drive. It creates a Daemonset across the Kubernetes cluster which mounts a volume on the hostPath that can be used with other services such as kube-plex
This operator is a Kubernetes controller framework that can watch any Kubernetes Object that you specify and will just execute a shell command in a subshell on any change to that Object.
The usecase of this operator is for Kubernetes Cluster Administrators to be able to automate any workflow in their cluster based on Kuberenetes Object change events without having to write the Kubernetes watch boilerplate everytime. It is NOT intended as a way for any Kubernetes user to send an arbitrary shell command into the shell-operator pod.
TK8 is a command line tool written in Go. It fully automatates the installation of Kubernetes on any environment. With TK8, you are able to centrally manage different Kubernetes clusters with different configurations. In addition, TK8 with its simple add-on integration offers the possibility to quickly, cleanly and easily distribute extensions to the different Kubernetes clusters.
Multicluster-controller is a Go library for building Kubernetes controllers that need to watch resources in multiple clusters. It uses the best parts of controller-runtime (the library powering kubebuilder and now operator-sdk) and replaces its API (the manager, controller, reconcile, and handler packages) to support multicluster operations.
DANM is Nokia's solution to bring TelCo grade network management into a Kubernetes cluster! DANM has more than 3 years of history inside the company, is currently deployed into production, and it is finally available for everyone, here on GitHub.
The name stands for "Damn, Another Network Manager!", because yes, we know: the last thing the K8s world needed is another TelCo company "revolutionizing" networking in Kubernetes. But still we hope that potential users checking out our project will involuntarily proclaim "DANM, that's some good networking stuff!" :)