Last week I showed you the kubeconfig credentials distribution for AKS Engine.
In this blog post I walk you through the steps for Azure Kubernetes Service.
The distribution of the kubeconfig credentials for an AKS cluster with AAD integration is a lot easier thanks to the following two built-in RBAC roles.
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In my last blog post I showed you the integration of an AKS Engine cluster with Azure Active Directory.
Today we talk about the distribution of the kubeconfig credentials to our engineers and developers. You do not want to give them access via SSH to the AKS Engine master for two reasons. Read more [...]
As you might already know you can run an Azure Kubernetes Service cluster with Azure Active Directory integration for fine-grained RBAC role definitions.
I have written a blog post about that awhile ago, if you need further information.
Same as with AKS you can have AKS Engine clusters with Read more [...]
Last week Microsoft announced the GA of Azure Kubernetes Service. Since then we can integrate Azure Active Directory with Azure Kubernetes Service. When enabling Azure Active Directory integration, AKS requires that RBAC is also enabled.
A detailed configuration guide can be found in the Azure documentation.
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