About two months ago, I visited the Google office in San Francisco to collaborate on the new Google Cloud + SAP CodeJam materials.
A lot of great content happened in the meantime and, while collaborating, I wanted to test our integrations with my deployments on the Google Kubernetes Engine, for the fun of it and because who does not get inspired by an endless free supply of frozen yoghurt:
I cannot share the FroYo with you, but I'm hoping the GIF inspires you to try this out too.
The ports to connect using another client are still open to the outside world because of the service of type LoadBalancer. Check on the services and you can see SQLPAD also got its own external IP address:
Using that in a browser…. Ta-da! A SQL client!
You need to sign up first, then log in and then you can proceed to add a connection:
(Remember, the port for default tenant in the Docker container is 39041 )
Test, save and go into New Query:
Of course, you can do this in other Kubernetes orchestrating platforms. Let's connect on Twitter or LinkedIn, I would love to know how this goes and what you come up with.