This post by the Red Hat Office of the CTO seeks to expand on previous work and further explore Crossplane as a Kubernetes Operator for provisioning, managing, configuring, and consuming cloud services. These services can then, in turn, be used to create and deploy cloud-native applications.
In this post, we will be discussing what an enterprise implementation of Crossplane could look like for infrastructure teams and developers. Additionally, we will be creating multiple collections of cloud infrastructure, which seek to abstract away the provisioning and configuration of managed resources. Finally, we will be creating an instance of Quay that will consume the collection of AWS abstracted services and infrastructure.
Note this implementation is not something that’s currently supported but we know people want to read about ideas at earlier stages.
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