Auth Considerations for Kubernetes

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FusionAuth

 

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Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, open source platform for managing containerized workloads and services. Applications running in these workloads typically have users. And where you have users, you have authentication, authorization and user management. In this webinar, Dan Moore, head of developer relations at FusionAuth, will discuss the various aspects of auth from the standpoint of Kubernetes, including:

  • Auth for different types of workloads
  • The three kinds of auth in Kubernetes
  • Implementing RBAC in Kubernetes using OIDC
  • How to handle tokens at the context boundary

Authentication is core to any application and is commonly extracted to a standalone service. This webinar will teach you how to authenticate and authorize access to internal Kubernetes resources as well as applications running on top of them.

Dan Moore
Head of Developer Relations - FusionAuth
Dan Moore is Head of Developer Relations for FusionAuth, where they're building auth for developers. A former CTO, engineering manager and longtime developer, he's been writing software for (pauses, checks watch) more than 20 years.

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