The okta user controller allows to sync okta users from a given group to a config map.
Using the CR GroupSyncer, define which group to source users from and what data to write to the configmap. The template field uses go templating and expect an okta user Profile.
This can be used as glue for other automations.
e.g. the config map can be read by another controller to create a sandbox environment for each users.
You’ll need a Kubernetes cluster to run against. You can use KIND to get a local cluster for testing, or run against a remote cluster.
Note: Your controller will automatically use the current context in your kubeconfig file (i.e. whatever cluster
kubectl cluster-info shows).
Running on the cluster
- Install Instances of Custom Resources:
kubectl apply -f config/samples/
- Build and push your image to the location specified by
make docker-build docker-push IMG=<some-registry>/okta-user-controller:tag
- Deploy the controller to the cluster with the image specified by
make deploy IMG=<some-registry>/okta-user-controller:tag
To delete the CRDs from the cluster:
UnDeploy the controller to the cluster:
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How it works
This project aims to follow the Kubernetes Operator pattern
It uses Controllers which provides a reconcile function responsible for synchronizing resources untile the desired state is reached on the cluster
Test It Out
- Install the CRDs into the cluster:
- Run your controller (this will run in the foreground, so switch to a new terminal if you want to leave it running):
NOTE: You can also run this in one step by running:
make install run
Modifying the API definitions
If you are editing the API definitions, generate the manifests such as CRs or CRDs using:
make --help for more information on all potential
More information can be found via the Kubebuilder Documentation
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