Kubernetes cluster administrators sometimes have the task of saving the resource configuration from the namespace and transferring it to another cluster or backing up an unstable test environment. A one-line script with the kubectl utility, fluently written in the terminal, copes with this task without any problems, but what if you are tired of wasting a couple of minutes of time each time rewriting the script. This is how the kube-dump utility appeared, in fact, it is a utility that can only do one thing — dump cluster resources.

Easy way to save Kubernetes deployment yaml without metadata

With this utility, you can save Kubernetes cluster resources as a…

Maxim Levchenko

DevOps engineer

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