You work hard, you try to live right, you make a positive impact on the lives of people in your community. But can you deliver usernames and passwords and such to applications running in a Kubernetes cluster? Watch this video and you’ll understand how to use Kubernetes secrets to do just that.

After going through our recent videos, you’ve almost certainly got some apps that you’d like to run in the Kubernetes cluster you’ve no doubt created. But what if those apps need sensitive information like usernames, passwords, credentials for Watson services, and things like that? This video shows you how to manage that sensitive information in a straightforward, secure way.

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1 comment on"Using Kubernetes secrets to manage credentials"

  1. I think I’ve finally caught up with you, cause I now can understand what you are saying in the same year that you say it 🙂

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