Sometimes we need to ensure that resources in Kubernetes are fully deleted before we setup other resources. In Kubernetes the timing and the synchronization can be very import and relevant. In that blog post we see a function of a bash script, that exactly does that job for namespaces. We are using a “for loop” combined with a nested “while loops” and other functionalities in bash to address that topic.
In this blog post I want briefly show, how I implemented the mapping of a role to a user in Keycloak with CURL in a bash script.
In this blog post I want to briefly show, how I implemented the upload of an user to Keycloak with CURL in a bash script. I came across a helpful blog post (Keycloak REST API: Create a New User), but this blog post didn’t contain the information: How to set the password for the user?