[Recap] Day 2 [CKS]: Kubernetes RBAC, Service Account and Network Policy [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist]

certified Kubernetes Security Specialist | Day 2 Review and Q/A: Kubernetes RBAC, Service Account and Network Policy [Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist]Role-based access control (RBAC) 

➪ is a way of regulating access to Kubernetes object resources based on certain roles of individual users within any organization.Service accounts 

➪ are used to provide an identity to the pods in Kubernetes. Pods that want to interact with the API server will authenticate with a particular service account.Network policies

➪ are Kubernetes resources that allow you to control the traffic between Pods and/or endpoints on the network.

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