Artisanal developer experience curator at @GoogleCloud
In my previous article on kubectl plugins, I explained how kubectl plugins work and how you can develop your own plugins. If “kubectl plugins” are new to you, read that article first.
Did you know you can create and distribute your own kubectl commands? As of Kubernetes 1.12, kubectl now allows adding external executables as subcommands.
In this blog post, I’ll explain how kubectl plugin mechanism works, why plugins are…