User management is hard. At Pusher, with an expanding engineering team, we wanted to build a simple identity management experience within our Kubernetes infrastructure. In this talk, I explore Kubernetes authentication and demonstrate how Single Sign-On works within our Kubernetes clusters.
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Single Sign-On for Kubernetes
Joel is a Cloud Infrastructure engineer who has been working with Kubernetes for the last year. He has been working in DevOps for over 3 years and is currently helping Pusher build their internal Kubernetes Platform. Recently he has been focusing on projects to improve autoscaling, resilience, authentication and authorisation within Kubernetes as well as building a ChatOps bot, for Pusher’s engineering team.