ServiceBrokerConfig Resource Reference

      This page describes all fields in the ServiceBrokerConfig Kubernetes resource.

      The ServiceBrokerConfig resource is required by each instance of the Service Broker. Each Service Broker instance requires exactly one ServiceBrokerConfig resource.

      Documentation is provided by the resource custom resource definition. To read documentation about the resource, use the following command:

      kubectl explain servicebrokerconfig
      KIND:     ServiceBrokerConfig
         apiVersion	<string>
           APIVersion defines the versioned schema of this representation of an
           object. Servers should convert recognized schemas to the latest internal
           value, and may reject unrecognized values. More info:
         kind	<string>
           Kind is a string value representing the REST resource this object
           represents. Servers may infer this from the endpoint the client submits
           requests to. Cannot be updated. In CamelCase. More info:
         metadata	<Object>
           Standard object's metadata. More info:
         spec	<Object> -required-
           ServiceBrokerConfigSpec defines the top level service broker configuration
           data structure.
         status	<Object>
           ServiceBrokerConfigStatus records status information about a configuration
           as the Service Broker processes it.

      You can read documentation about nested attributes by specifying a JSON path, for example:

      $ kubectl explain servicebrokerconfig.spec.bindings.serviceBinding
      KIND:     ServiceBrokerConfig
      RESOURCE: serviceBinding <Object>
           ServiceBinding defines the set of templates to render and create when a new
           service binding is created. This attribute is optional based on whether the
           service plan allows binding.
         readinessChecks	<[]Object>
           ReadinessChecks defines a set of tests that define whether a service
           instance or service binding is actually ready as reported by the service
           broker polling API.
         registry	<[]Object>
           Registry allows the pre-calculation of dynamic configuration from request
           inputs i.e. registry or parameters, or generated e.g. passwords.
         templates	<[]string>
           Templates defines all the templates that will be created, in order, by the
           service broker for this operation.