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Welcome to Interpop, a popular audio streaming service that has over 30 million users and gets about a million requests per second to its service running on Kubernetes. As Interpop’s new Kubernetes administrator, your task is to secure its Kubernetes cluster, ensuring a more secure connection for end users. You’ll create user accounts with client certificates that allow limited access to the cluster, and you’ll grant different levels of user access with Roles, Bindings, ClusterRoles, and ClusterBindings. You’ll create service accounts that allow users to deploy pods so that developers can run them, and you’ll empower Interpop’s engineers to check what kind of access they have using auth can-I. When you’re done, you’ll have practical experience securing access to Kubernetes with users, certs, groups, and role-based access control (RBAC), as well as a solid understanding of Kubernetes security in a production environment.
This liveProject is for systems administrators with an intermediate level of knowledge of the Linux command line, YAML, and containers using tools like Docker or CRI-O. To begin these liveProjects you’ll need to be familiar with the following:TOOLS
In this liveProject, you’ll learn to secure access to Kubernetes, applying the principle of least privilege.
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