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Setup OpenVPN server with 2 Free Users on Kubernetes

Kubernetes Made Simple | K8s | AWS | Storage Class | Database | Restrictions

Do you have databases or other assets on the cluster that need to be protected? Well having a Virtual Private Network (VPN) Server is a great way to protect your assets. What better way to protect your cluster from attack than to not have the ports…

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⚗ Kevin Summersill 🔋

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Enterprise Solution Architect | Certified K8s Administrator/Developer ⚓ | SAFe SPC | Cert Terraform | AWS Solutions Architect | Dev*Ops/GitOps Engineer 🔥

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