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At Banzai Cloud we put a lot of emphasis on observability, so we automatically provide centralized monitoring and log collection for all clusters and deployments done through Pipeline. Over the last few months we’ve been experimenting with different approaches - tailored and driven by our customers’ individual needs - the best of which are now coded into our open source Logging-Operator. Just to recap, here are our earlier posts about logging using the fluent ecosystem Centralized log collection on Kubernetes.

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At Banzai Cloud we continue to work hard on the Pipeline platform we’re building on Kubernetes. We’ve open sourced quite a few operators already, and even recently teamed up with Red Hat and CoreOS to begin work on Kubernetes Operators using the new Operator SDK, and to help move human operational knowledge into code. The purpose of this blog will be to take a dive deep into the PVC Operator.

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At Banzai Cloud we’re building a feature rich platform, Pipeline, on top of Kubernetes. With Pipeline we provision large, multi-tenant Kubernetes clusters on all major cloud providers - AWS, GCP, Azure and BYOC - and deploy all kinds of predefined or ad-hoc workloads to these clusters. We wanted to set the industry standard for the way in which our users log in and interact with secure endpoints, and, at the same time, we wanted to provide dynamic secret management for each application we support.

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A good number of years ago, back at beginning of this century, most of us here at Banzai Cloud were in the Java Enterprise business, building application servers (BEA Weblogic and JBoss) and JEE applications. Those days are gone; the technology stack and landscape has dramatically changed; monolithic applications are out of fashion, but we still have lots of them running in production. Because of our background, we have a personal investment in helping to shift Java enterprise edition business applications towards microservices, managed deployments, Kubernetes, and the cloud using Pipeline.

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At Banzai Cloud we’re always looking for new and innovative technologies that support our users in their transition to microservices deployed on Kubernetes, using Pipeline. In recent months we’ve partnered with CoreOS and RedHat to work on Kubernetes operators. That project was opensourced today, and is now available on GitHub. If you read through the rest of this blog, you’ll learn what an operator is, and how to use the operator sdk to develop an operator through a concrete example we developed, here, at Banzai Cloud.

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