Managing Kubernetes Secrets like a pro

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Secrets are an essential aspect of managing and storing credentials in Kubernetes applications. However, there are several instances where a standard Secrets implementation would be insufficient or inadequate.

By Tanat Paul Lokejaroenlarb

In our latest article we look at:

  • The security risks associated with storing credentials in your source control manifests
  • How Sealed-secrets provides more secure credential storage for use in a reproducible environment
  • How to implement Sealed-secrets
  • How to incorporate credentials from an external provider into Kubernetes environment using External-secrets

Ready to better secure your credentials in Kubernetes? Read the full article on the Adevinta tech blog.

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