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Version: v1.1

Kustomize

Create a Kustomize Component, it could be from Git Repo or OSS bucket.

Deploy From OSS bucket#

KubeVela's kustomize component meets the needs of users to directly connect Yaml files and folders as component products. No matter whether your Yaml file/folder is stored in a Git Repo or an OSS bucket, KubeVela can read and deliver it.

Let's take the YAML folder component from the OSS bucket registry as an example to explain the usage. In the Application this time, I hope to deliver a component named bucket-comp. The deployment file corresponding to the component is stored in the cloud storage OSS bucket, and the corresponding bucket name is definition-registry. kustomize.yaml comes from this address of oss-cn-beijing.aliyuncs.com and the path is ./app/prod/.

  1. (Opentional) If your OSS bucket needs identity verification, create a Secret:
$ kubectl create secret generic bucket-secret --from-literal=accesskey=<your-ak> --from-literal=secretkey=<your-sk>
secret/bucket-secret created
  1. Deploy it:
cat <<EOF | kubectl apply -f -
apiVersion: core.oam.dev/v1beta1
kind: Application
metadata:
name: bucket-app
spec:
components:
- name: bucket-comp
type: kustomize
properties:
repoType: oss
# If the bucket is private, you will need to provide
secretRef: bucket-secret
url: oss-cn-beijing.aliyuncs.com
oss:
bucketName: definition-registry
path: ./app/prod/
EOF

Please copy the above code block and deploy it directly to the runtime cluster:

application.core.oam.dev/bucket-app created

Finally, we use vela ls to view the application status after successful delivery:

vela ls
APP COMPONENT TYPE TRAITS PHASE HEALTHY STATUS CREATED-TIME
bucket-app bucket-comp kustomize running healthy 2021-08-28 18:53:14 +0800 CST

The PHASE of the app is running, and the STATUS is healthy. Successful application deployment!

Attributes#

ParametersDescriptionExample
repoTyperequired, The value of the Git. To indicate that kustomize configuration comes from the Git repositoryoss
pullIntervaloptional, Synchronize with Git repository, and the time interval between tuning helm release. The default value is 5m (5 minutes)10m
urlrequired, bucket's endpoint, no need to fill in with schemeoss-cn-beijing.aliyuncs.com
secretRefoptional, Save the name of a Secret, which is the credential to read the bucket. Secret contains accesskey and secretkey fieldssec-name
timeoutoptional, The timeout period of the download operation, the default is 20s60s
pathrequired, The directory containing the kustomization.yaml file, or the directory containing a set of YAML files (used to generate kustomization.yaml)./prod
oss.bucketNamerequired, bucket nameyour-bucket
oss.provideroptional, Generic or aws, if you get the certificate from aws EC2, fill in aws. The default is generic.generic
oss.regionoptional, bucket region

Deploy From Git Repo#

ParametersDescriptionExample
repoTyperequired, The value of the Git. To indicate that kustomize configuration comes from the Git repositorygit
pullIntervaloptional, Synchronize with Git repository, and the time interval between tuning helm release. The default value is 5m (5 minutes)10m
urlrequired, Git repository addresshttps://github.com/oam-dev/terraform-controller
secretRefoptional, The Secret object name that holds the credentials required to pull the Git repository. The username and password fields must be included in the HTTP/S basic authentication Secret. For SSH authentication, the identity, identity.pub and known_hosts fields must be includedsec-name
timeoutoptional, The timeout period of the download operation, the default is 20s60s
git.branchoptional, Git branch, master by defaultdev

How-to

apiVersion: core.oam.dev/v1beta1
kind: Application
metadata:
name: git-app
spec:
components:
- name: git-comp
type: kustomize
properties:
repoType: git
url: https://github.com/<path>/<to>/<repo>
git:
branch: master
path: ./app/dev/

Override Kustomize

apiVersion: core.oam.dev/v1beta1
kind: Application
metadata:
name: bucket-app
spec:
components:
- name: bucket-comp
type: kustomize
properties:
# ...omitted for brevity
path: ./app/
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