By Kim Schlesinger and Daniel Hix
There are many ways to keep your application API keys, tokens, and passwords confidential in Kubernetes, but choosing the right technique can feel overwhelming.
Explore the benefits of using an external secrets provider like HashiCorp Vault. We’ll compare and contrast two techniques for using Vault to store and share secrets with a Kubernetes cluster. You’ll come away from this talk with a better understanding of how to use Vault to manage secrets in Kubernetes.
How To Securely Manage Secrets with HashiCorp Vault on Ubuntu 20.04
Mount Vault Secrets through Container Storage Interface (CSI) Volume
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