OpenShift Commons Briefing #86: Kubernetes Service Catalog Deep Dive with Paul Morie and Andrew Block (Red Hat)
July 26, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Paul Morie and Andrew Block provide a timely deep dive into the beta release of the service-catalog that is being made available for use in conjunction with Kubernetes 1.7 release.
The Kubernetes service-catalog project is in incubation to bring integration with service brokers to the Kubernetes ecosystem via the Open Service Broker API. A service broker is an endpoint that manages a set of services. The end-goal of the service- catalog project is to provide a way for Kubernetes users to consume services from brokers and easily configure their applications to use those services, without needing detailed knowledge of how those services are created and managed.
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