Alex Soto, Burr Sutter

Keeping Kubernetes secrets secret | DevNation Tech Talk

Everyone is talking about the microservices and serverless architecture and how to deploy them using cluster managers like Kubernetes. But, what about the secrets? The current trend increases the number of secrets required to run our services. This places a new level of maintenance on our security teams. How can we share and manage the secrets (such as certificates, passwords, SSH, and API keys) for our services in dynamic scenarios where instances are started automatically, or where there are multiple instances of the same services for scalability reasons? Are you keeping up? Come to this session to see how you can manage your secrets with Vault in Kubernetes and why Kubernetes secrets might be not enough. Start making security a first class citizen in the development process.