Using the Skupper CLI and YAML
Chapter 1. Getting started with the CLI
The Skupper CLI allows you create sites and expose services on the service network.
Check the version of the CLI using the following command:
$ skupper version client version 1.4.<minor>-redhat-<build-number>
The Red Hat build of the
redhatin the version displayed.
- Perform the Skupper - Getting started tutorial.
If you create a site in an OpenShift Container Platform version 4.11 or 4.12 namespace, a message starting with the following warning is displayed:
W0320 15:27:27.446084 48301 warnings.go:70] would violate PodSecurity "restricted:v1.24"
You can ignore this message as it relates to a future restriction in OpenShift.
Chapter 2. Getting started with YAML
Using YAML files to configure Skupper allows you to use source control to track and manage Skupper network changes.
Create a site as described in Creating a Skupper site using YAML.Note
You can use the same YAML to create a site whether you installed Red Hat Service Interconnect using the Operator or by installing the
Link sites using the
While it is possible to create and use tokens using YAML, the process is procedural rather than declarative.
- Expose services as described in Configuring services using annotations.
Chapter 3. Resources
The following resources are available:
- Skupper - Getting started
- Skupper - Examples
- Creating a site using the CLI
- Custom sites
- Linking sites
- Specifying link cost
- Exposing services on the service network from a namespace
- Exposing services on the service network from a local machine
- Exploring a service network
- Securing a service network
- Supported standards and protocols
- CLI options for working with different clusters
- Creating a site using the Skupper Operator
Appendix A. About Service Interconnect documentation
Making open source more inclusive
Red Hat is committed to replacing problematic language in our code, documentation, and web properties. We are beginning with these four terms: master, slave, blacklist, and whitelist. Because of the enormity of this endeavor, these changes will be implemented gradually over several upcoming releases. For more details, see our CTO Chris Wright’s message.
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