xlskubectl — a spreadsheet to control your Kubernetes cluster
xlskubectl integrates Google Spreadsheet with Kubernetes.
You can finally administer your cluster from the same spreadsheet that you use to track your expenses.
You can start the bridge with:
$ kubectl proxy --www=. Starting to serve on 127.0.0.1:8001
Open the following URL http://localhost:8001/static.
The page will guide through creating the appropriate credentials to connect to Google Spreadsheet.
Frequently Asked Questions
A: The following quote best summarises this project:
They were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should.
Q: Not but really, what's going on here?!
A: Kubernetes exposes a robust API that is capable of streaming incremental updates. Google Spreadsheet can be scripted to read and write values, so the next logical step is to connect the two (also, credit to this person).
Q: Is this production-ready?
A: We're looking for fundings to take this to the next level. Replacing YAML with spreadsheets has always been our mission as a company, and we will continue to do so.