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How to utilise X509 Client Certificates & RBAC to secure Kubernetes

How We Effectively Managed Access to Our Kubernetes Cluster

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In most organisations, adopting Kubernetes starts with developers experimenting and then running a Proof of Concept. They then spread the word, and decision-makers start getting interested and see the value. We had a similar path to our Kubernetes…

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Gaurav Agarwal

Gaurav Agarwal

Author of Modern DevOps Practices — https://packt.link/XUMM3 | Certified Kubernetes Administrator | Cloud Architect | Connect @ https://gauravdevops.com

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