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What if you could just spin up a temporary cluster to test your application and set it to delete it after a certain time period automatically, all of that using a custom resource? That’s what we are going to talk about in this blog post. Introduction What if I wanted to create a throwaway cluster …

Kubernetes is a container orchestration tool, but its functionality extends far beyond just orchestrating containers in a narrow sense. It offers a range of additional features that—to a limited extent—address needs such as load balancing, access control, security policy enforcement, and even logging and monitoring. Indeed, Kubernetes’s broad functionality has led some folks to call it …