Injector now takes a Golang template file and the whole list of environment variables puts them together an prints the result on the standard output.
Project Link: https://gitlab.com/n0r1sk/injector
Kubernetes - The roguelike way!
But if you want them or need them, you may have no other choice as to deep dive into the components and find out how the things are really working. And while doing so, you can be sure, that you will face a lot of pitfalls where you have to start over and over again. I compare this with a special kind of computer games which are commonly know as Roguelike Games. If you make a terrible mistake, you face the permadeath and have to start over - but you every time you try you gain experience and get better in understanding the game.
Project Link: https://gitlab.com/n0r1sk/kubernetes-the-roguelike-way
After the information is retrieved, BosnD processes the configured Golang templates and writes the resulting configuration files to the desired (configured) locations. Afterwards BosnD will reload the controlled daemon, which is also configured in the bosnd.yml config file. Alternatively and recommended, the midshipman
Project Link: https://gitlab.com/n0r1sk/bosnd