The OCI Service Broker is an implementation of the Open Service Broker API which enables applications running in Kubernetes clusters to easily use third-party software offerings through a set of endpoints that are managed and maintained by the third party. This means that you can use third party services in your application, without caring about how these services are managed, maintained or even your subscription to them; that is all taken care of.
The OCI Open Service Broker offers various OCI Services via its API interface and can be installed in the following environments:
The OCI Service Broker is available as a Helm chart, a Docker container, and in open source. It includes three Service Broker adapters (with more to come):
We’re really excited about this feature and hope you will enjoy it too. This recent announcement has more details, and further relevant information can be found here and in the documentation and source code. And be sure to check out our tutorials on this topic as well.