1. How to create a Kubernetes endpoint?


    Creating a Kubernetes endpoint involves defining the Endpoints object and its subsets. An endpoint represents a set of addresses (and corresponding ports) where a service is found. Each subset represents an individual port or a group of addresses.

    Below is a code snippet using Pulumi's Kubernetes SDK to create a Kubernetes Endpoint named "my-endpoints" in Python:

    import * as k8s from "@pulumi/kubernetes"; // Create a Kubernetes Endpoint const myEndpoints = new k8s.core.v1.Endpoints("my-endpoints", { metadata: { name: "my-endpoints" }, subsets: [{ addresses: [ { ip: "" }, { ip: "" } ], ports: [ { port: 80 } ] }] });


    • metadata allows you to specify metadata for the endpoint.
    • subsets defines the IP addresses and ports associated with the service. Subsets represents a service with multiple ports associated with a set of IP addresses.
    • addresses specify a list of IP addresses on which the service is running.
    • ports specify the ports numbers.

    In this example, you are creating an endpoint that corresponds to two IPs "" and "", both on port 80. Please replace "" and "" with the actual IP addresses where your service is running.

    For more detailed information on Endpoints properties, check the Kubernetes documentation.