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Operationalising NiFi on Kubernetes

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This blog details my experience setting up a secure multi-node NiFi (1.9.2) cluster on Kubernetes (AWS EKS). I used the OIDC protocol for authentication (I set up a Keycloak server that acts as an identity broker to my organization’s Google IAM). There were a few ‘gotchas’ that took me way longer to figure out than they should have. The information on this topic is pretty scattered and I had to dig deep through NiFi’s…

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