Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRDs): A Complete Overview

Kubernetes Custom Resource Definition (CRDs): A Complete Overview

πŸ“Œ Using Kubernetes CustomResourceDefinitions(CRDs), you can expand the Kubernetes API to achieve the desired results .

πŸ“Œ The process for defining a custom resource is called custom resource definition. This is an effective way to go beyond the Kubernetes installation by default.

πŸ“Œ When you create a new CustomResourceDefinition, the Kubernetes API Server creates a new RESTful resource path for each version you specify.

πŸ€“ So, Do you wish to know more about Kubernetes CustomResourceDefinitions(CRDs)?

➑ Check out this blog, https://k21academy.com/kubernetes74

That covers:

πŸ€ What are CRDs?
πŸ€ Why CRDs?
πŸ€ How to create a CRD?
πŸ€ Create custom objects
πŸ€ How to delete a CRD?
πŸ€ CRD vs ConfigMap, and much more…

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