The goal of this post is to be a quick start for you install in your Minikube and/or Kubernetes cluster the Operator Lifecycle Manager. OLM is part of the Operator-Framework, and by using it, we can easily install Operators projects in our clusters. See the available catalogue in https://operatorhub.io.
All operators available in the https://operatorhub.io will be accessible via the default installation which we will be covered by the following steps.
NOTE: As a prerequisite, you need have access to a Kubernetes cluster. If you are using a MacOsX SO see how to install Minikube on it, if you are using any other SO then you can follow up the official documentation.
- Run the steps from the scripted install in the OLM release
- Clone locally the Operator Lifecycle Manager.
- Then, run the command
make run-console-localinside of the root dir of this project. This command will output the URL for you have access to OLM and its catalogue as follows.