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Managing Kubernetes with Puppet

Managing Kubernetes with Puppet

Talk for the London Kubernetes meetup, about the potential for higher level user interfaces built atop Kubernetes. And examples of using Puppet to drive the model of your Pods, Services and ReplicationControllers.

Gareth Rushgrove

January 20, 2016
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  1. Managing Kubernetes with Puppet Puppet Labs Gareth Rushgrove Declarative code

    for Pods, Services and ReplicationControllers
  2. Gareth Rushgrove @garethr

  3. Gareth Rushgrove

  4. Human vs computer interfaces Concepts and demos Alternatives and interoperability

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  5. But isn’t YAML declarative? And other user interface tales

  6. Yes Gareth Rushgrove

  7. But code has advantages over just data Gareth Rushgrove

  8. Avoid repetition Combine external inputs Correctness Abstractions Gareth Rushgrove -

    - - -
  9. And context matters to the user interface Gareth Rushgrove

  10. Team size Regulation/compliance Multi-tenancy Infrastructure size Skills and experience Gareth

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  11. Also changes with kubectle patch diverge from the model $

    kubectl patch --help Update field(s) of a resource using strategic merge patch JSON and YAML formats are accepted. Usage: kubectl patch (-f FILENAME | TYPE NAME) -p PATCH [flags] Examples: # Partially update a node using strategic merge patch kubectl patch node k8s-node-1 -p '{"spec":{"unschedulable":true}}' Gareth Rushgrove
  12. $ kubectl apply --help Apply a configuration to a resource

    by filename or stdin. JSON and YAML formats are accepted. Usage: kubectl apply -f FILENAME [flags] Examples: # Apply the configuration in pod.json to a pod. $ kubectl apply -f ./pod.json And kubectl apply requires the full object serialisation Gareth Rushgrove
  13. Puppet A programming language for infrastructure

  14. Declarative code with an idempotent runtime model Gareth Rushgrove

  15. Describe what you want Gareth Rushgrove

  16. Converge from any state Gareth Rushgrove

  17. A familiar Kubernetes Pod definition in YAML Gareth Rushgrove

  18. What happens if you run the same YAML file twice?

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  19. How many times do you have to repeat the same

    label? Gareth Rushgrove
  20. kubectl is actually pretty low-level Gareth Rushgrove

  21. kubectl get pod mypod -o yaml \ | sed 's/\(image:

    myimage\):.*$/\1:v4/' \ | kubectl replace -f - This is from the official kubectl help. It pipes to sed. Gareth Rushgrove
  22. The same Kubernetes Pod described in Puppet Gareth Rushgrove

  23. $ puppet apply examples/init.pp --test Info: Loading facts Notice: Compiled

    catalog for gareths in environment production in 1.24 seconds Info: Applying configuration version '1453298602' Info: Checking if sample-pod exists Info: Creating kubernetes_pod sample-pod Notice: /Stage[main]/Main/Kubernetes_pod[sample-pod]/ensure: created Notice: Applied catalog in 0.23 seconds Running without that Pod already existing will create it Gareth Rushgrove
  24. Running a second time, nothing changes because the Pod already

    exists Gareth Rushgrove $ puppet apply examples/init.pp --test Info: Loading facts Notice: Compiled catalog for garethr in environment production in 1.33 seconds Info: Applying configuration version '1453298688' Info: Checking if sample-pod exists Notice: Applied catalog in 0.15 seconds
  25. $ puppet resource kubernetes_pod sample-pod kubernetes_pod { 'sample-pod': ensure =>

    'present', metadata => { 'creationTimestamp' => '2016-01-20T14:03:23Z', 'name' => 'sample-pod', 'namespace' => 'default', 'resourceVersion' => '4579', 'selfLink' => '/api/v1/namespaces/default/pods/sample-pod’, 'uid' => '91c8a550-bf7e-11e5-816e-42010af001b1' }, spec => { 'containers' => [{ ‘image' => 'nginx', 'imagePullPolicy' => 'IfNotPresent', 'name' => ‘container-name', 'resources' => {'requests' => {'cpu' => '100m'}}, 'terminationMessagePat [{'mountPath' => '/var/run/secrets/kubernetes.io/serviceaccount', 'name' 'dnsPolicy' => 'ClusterFirst', 'nodeName' => 'gke-guestbook-dc15a31a-nod puppet resource allows for interrogating an existing Kubernetes installation Gareth Rushgrove
  26. $ kubectl describe pod sample-pod Name: sample-pod Namespace: default Image(s):

    nginx Node: gke-guestbook-dc15a31a-node-fyb6/10.240. Start Time: Wed, 20 Jan 2016 14:03:23 +0000 Labels: <none> Status: Running Reason: Message: IP: 10.24.1.7 Replication Controllers: <none> Containers: container-name: Container ID: docker://542389c5b2a98616ba3a8001029bc4a3f00d7c0 Image: nginx Image ID: docker://407195ab8b07 The same information is still accessible via other tooling Gareth Rushgrove
  27. kubernetes_pod kubernetes_service kubernetes_replication_controller kubernetes_node kubernetes_event kubernetes_endpoint kubernetes_namespace Gareth Rushgrove -

    - - - - - - kubernetes_secret kubernetes_resource_quota kubernetes_limit_range kubernetes_peristent_volume kubernetes_persistent_volume_claim kubernetes_component_status kubernetes_service_account - - - - - - - - Support for most of the Kubernetes primitives Gareth Rushgrove
  28. DEMO

  29. Reporting Change control Static analysis/unit testing tools Access control Gareth

    Rushgrove - - - - Not mentioning other features that come in handy
  30. Alternatives and interoperability Why options are a good thing

  31. Deis, OpenShift, Fabric8, Kubectl, Helm, Deployment Manager, Dashboard… Gareth Rushgrove

  32. Interoperable because of a stable set of primitives Gareth Rushgrove

  33. Allow for different use-cases and different life-cycles on the same

    infrastructure Gareth Rushgrove
  34. The Puppet interface targets operations use-cases where managing a model

    over time is useful Gareth Rushgrove
  35. Gareth Rushgrove The Puppet Kubernetes module is available on GitHub

    and on the Puppet Forge Gareth Rushgrove
  36. Gareth Rushgrove More details on the official Kubernetes blog Gareth

    Rushgrove
  37. Questions? And thanks for listening