ATTENTIONS: THIS PROJECT IS STILL UNDER DEVELOPMENT AND NOT STABLE YET.
Why an Harbor Operator
Harbor is a very active project, composed on numerous stateful and stateless sub-projects and dependencies. These components may be deployed, updated, healed, backuped or scaled respecting some constraints.
The Harbor Operator extends the usual K8s resources with Harbor-related custom ones. The Kubernetes API can then be used in a declarative way to manage Harbor and ensure its high-availability operation, thanks to the Kubernetes control loop.
The Harbor operator aims to cover both Day1 and Day2 operations of an enterprise-grade Harbor deployment.
A modular and agnostic design
OVHcloud uses the operator at scale to operate part of its private registry service, but the project was designed in an agnostic way, to bring value to any company in search of deploying and managing one or multiple Harbor.
Configuration allows tuning both Harbor itself (with or without some optional components) or its dependencies. It is designed to be used on any Kubernetes cluster, in a cloud or on premise context.
Harbor Operator is still very early stage and currently covers deployment, scale and destruction of Harbor in 1.10 version. Other parts of the life-cycle will be managed in future versions of the operator. As any project in this repository, do not hesitate to raise issues or suggest code improvements.
Harbor components is controlled by a custom Harbor resource. With ConfigMaps and Secrets, it handles almost all configuration combination.
Deploy a new stack
This operator is able to deploy an Harbor stack, fully or partially.
Following components are always deployed:
- Harbor Core
- Registry Controller
- Job Service
Following components are optional:
Delete the stack
When deleting the Harbor resource, all linked components are deleted. With two arbor resources, the right components are deleted and components of the other Harbor are not changed.
Adding/Removing a component
It is possible to add and delete ChartMuseum, Notary and Clair by editing the Harbor resource.
- Auto-scaling for each component.
- Backup/restore data (registry layer, chartmuseum data, databases content).
- Kubernetes >= 1.15
This Operator currently only supports Harbor version 1.10.x
Generate resources using
Follow the Development guide to start on the project.
- Contribute: https://github.com/goharbor/harbor-operator/blob/master/CONTRIBUTING.md
- Report bugs: https://github.com/goharbor/harbor-operator/issues
- Get latest version: https://hub.docker.com/r/goharbor/harbor-operator