It is now possible to easily modify the environment variables of any plugin without editing a YAML file.
There are many ways to create Kubernetes clusters and many environments that can host them. As a result, platform operators find it difficult to determine whether a cluster is properly configured and whether it is working as it should.
Given that there are many ways to create Kubernetes clusters and many environments used to host them, those tasked with maintaining a cluster are often left wondering whether it is ‘correct’.
It is now possible to easily create a plugin from a Docker image and run it within Sonobuoy without manually editing any YAML files.
With support for running Kubernetes end-to-end tests in air-gapped environments, it is now possible to run the end-to-end suite and validate your cluster’s state without Internet connectivity.