Month: April 2020

Add Kubernetes users to your cluster

If you are working with Kubernetes a lot, you have probably built several basic clusters for learning purposes. You probably don’t have integration set up with an external system to authenticate users for your basic clusters. To try out many of the security-related concepts in your clusters, you will need to add Kubernetes users that are not cluster administrators. This blog post will show you how to create new Kubernetes users in your clusters.

Hands-on with Kubernetes Pod Security Policies

Kubernetes Pod Security Policy allows you to control the security specifications pods must adhere to in order to run in your cluster. You can block users from deploying inherently insecure pods either intentionally or unintentionally. This sounds like a great feature and a security best practice, and can be a big step toward keeping your cluster free of insecure resources.