Kong plugin pdk on Kubernetes

How do you deploy pdk and pluginservers on kubernetes installations. Should there be a standalone pluginserver enabled on the kubernetes and exposed as a service to kong?

That sounds like it’d be a more K8S-native way of handling Go plugins, but it doesn’t look like it’s possible at present, as the pluginserver connection requires a unix socket/there’s no option to talk to it over the network. That’s probably a reasonable ask for a feature request if you’d like to make one.

Absent that it’d still need to follow the standard pluginserver instructions, which would start an additional process within the Kong container.

Thank you @traines . I will raise a feature request as my use case requires a standalone pluginserver.


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