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Salon D (hybrid)
As a Kubernetes footprint expands through a number of development and production clusters – spread across on-premises data centers, multiple public cloud providers, and edge locations – it shouldn’t be a surprise that complexity leads to challenges.
When it comes to ensuring Kubernetes security and controlling access to clusters, limited standards and shared practices are creating a “wild west” scenario. Many organizations have Kubernetes clusters in multiple locations and teams of developers, operators, contractors, and partners who need varying levels of access.
In this presentation, we’ll review how to apply Kubernetes zero trust principles to enable controlled, audited cluster access for developers and operations teams to a global fleet of Kubernetes clusters. We will cover ways to enable just-in-time service account creation and user-level credentials management with existing open source solutions in order to:
Centralize access control to entire fleets of Kubernetes clusters, regardless of where the user or system seeking access is located
- Secure kubectl access to all clusters with integrated enterprise RBAC/SSO
- Ensure compliance with internal security policies and industry regulations
- Provide an immutable audit trail of all user and system access