How to secure workloads deployed in a Kubernetes cluster

Defining Security for a Kubernetes Deployment

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For a DIY Kubernetes deployment, it’s very important to understand basic hygiene and follow best practices for securing the Kubernetes cluster in itself.

Some basic security hygiene includes:

  • Ensuring the use of Role Based Access Control (RBAC) for managing the cluster
  • Only exposing what is required to the internet (for instance, don’t expose your Kubernetes dashboard)
  • Never use default passwords for any administrative accounts,
  • And more

 

Read on to learn more about securing workloads deployed in a Kubernetes cluster.

Vendor:
Aporeto
Posted:
18 Oct 2019
Published:
18 Oct 2019
Format:
PDF
Length:
5 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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