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  1. Infrastructure
  2. INFRA-19428

Kubernetes Cluster

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    • Type: New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Information Provided
    • Fix Version/s: None
    • Component/s: VM
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    • Project:
      Camel

      Description

      Within the Camel K subproject of Apache Camel, we're looking for a Kubernetes cluster that we can use for two different purposes:

      1. Improving our current integration tests
      2. Providing a demo environment for users that want to evaluate the technology

      Regarding 1, we're currently doing part of our integration suite on TravisCI, which creates a dockerized instance of OKD at every PR and executes our e2e tests. Most of the times the CI fails for timeouts during installation, which is also slow as it's executed every time from scratch. A persistent installation would be a lot beneficial to the project, because it would sensibly reduce the feedback time (which currently can be measured in hours).

      Regarding 2, it's increasingly more difficult for users to start a Kubernetes environment on their laptop. Giving them a ready cluster for running the examples would be beneficial for onboarding people in the project. Access to such a demo environment will be temporary and subject to PMC rules.

      Is there something that infra can already provide in terms of managed Kubernetes clusters?
      Is it possible to request some plain VMs with full access and install/manage what we need within the Camel project?

      Are there any alternative solutions?

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              Reporter:
              nferraro Nicola Ferraro
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