Like many of you, I’m a software developer who deploys into a cluster my applications, create services, configmaps, etc.... but I always thought that creating an operator to automatize my tasks was reserved for Go people.
When I realized that you can also use Groovy, I created SwaggerOperator, a Kubernetes operator in Groovy to maintain the OpenApi definitions of my services.
In this talk, I'll show you step-by-step how to create and deploy an operator from scratch using a real use case ... all using our favorite language, Groovy.
About Jorge Aguilera
Software developer in Groovy and Java for a long time in different environments, such as cash machines, bioinformatics environments or Fintech applications
As I am passionate about Open Source, I like to share my knowledge by giving talks, mainly in the Madrid Groovy User Group, and publishing tech posts on my blog.