tsk is a quick and magical way to connect your Kubernetes cluster to your
tsk requires you have Pulumi installed.
$ brew install pulumi $ go install github.com/adamgoose/[email protected]
Currently, only CLI flag and Environment Variable configuration is supported,
however file-based configuration is coming soon. For now, try the following.
# Copy the example .envrc file cp .envrc.example .envrc # Edit your .envrc accordingly vim .envrc # If you have direnv installed... direnv allow # ...otherwise source .envrc
Now, you can access in-cluster services with the following DNS name pattern:
When you’re ready to shut everything down, just run