Kubectl cleanup plugin:

Kubectl cleanup plugin: https://github.com/b23llc/kubectl-config-cleanup At B23, much of our work involves spinning up new Kubernetes clusters on edge computing and storage devices to test our applied machine learning (“AML”) workloads. Using our B23 Data Platform (“BDP”), we can quickly configure and connect to a new Kubernetes cluster on an edge device, on-premise, or in any number of public vendor clouds. This lets us iterate and develop our data engineering and AML workloads quickly and at low cost for our customers. For most people who manage and operate multiple Kubernetes clusters, it can get overwhelming the number of configurations required to connect to those clusters. In my case, I have 37 different context entries in my ~/.kube/config. Only 3 of those entries are persistent clusters — in this case for dev, staging, and prod. The rest of the entries were for ephemeral clusters which barely lasted for a single work day. This workflow has become commonplace with the increased availability of managed Kubernetes services from cloud vendors like GCP, AWS, Azure, and Digital Ocean to name a few. Commands like gcloud container clusters get-credentials and az aks get-credentials are really convenient for obtaining credentials for a newly launched cluster and connecting right away, but a cluster a day quickly turns into this: Kubectl cleanup plugin: https://github.com/b23llc/kubectl-config-cleanup At B23, much of our work involves spinning up new Kubernetes clusters on edge computing and storage devices to test our applied machine learning (“AML”) workloads. Using our B23 Data Platform (“BDP”), we can quickly configure and connect to a new Kubernetes cluster on an edge device, on-premise, or in any number of public vendor clouds. This lets us iterate and develop our data engineering and AML workloads quickly and at low cost for our customers. For most people who manage and operate multiple Kubernetes clusters, it can get overwhelming the number of configurations required to connect to those clusters. In my case, I have 37...