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kubernetes security

Kubernetes Security For Beginner – CKS

Kubernetes is the most used platform among admins. Given the platform’s popularity and high adoption rates, it’s important for developers to ensure that Kubernetes security is always prioritized. To know more about Kubernetes Security check out this blog https://k21academy.com/kubernetessec13 The blog will cover: ▪️ What Is Kubernetes security? ▪️ Kubernetes Security Features ▪️ RBAC ▪️ […]

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Multi Container Pods

Multi Container Pods In Kubernetes

Kubernetes Pods are the smallest deployable unit created and managed by Kubernetes. If you need to run a single container in Kubernetes, then you have to create a pod for it which is nothing but Single Container Pod. If you have to run two or more containers in a pod, then the pod created to […]

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RBAC

RBAC – Role-Based Access Control

Its a technique of regulating access to a computer or network resources based on the roles of individual users within an enterprise. To find out all about Network policies in Kubernetes Check out this blog https://k21academy.com/kubernetessec12. The blog will cover: ▪️What is RBAC in Kubernetes? ▪️Why RBAC? ▪️Authentication and Authorization in RBAC ▪️Role in RBAC […]

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Kubernetes Cluster

How to Setup a Three Node Kubernetes Cluster for CKA: Step by Step

A Kubernetes Cluster is a group of nodes or machines running together. At the highest level of Kubernetes, there exist two kinds of servers, a Master and a Worker node. There are many ways to create a Kubernetes cluster but we will use Kubeadm. There are a total of 6 steps to create a Cluster:- […]

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AKS Cluster

Create Azure Kubernetes Cluster: A Complete Step-by-Step Guide

Kubernetes is the most sought-out containerization platform and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) is the pioneer of managed Kubernetes services available. Cluster in Kubernetes is a set of node machines for running containerized applications. The cluster is the heart of Kubernetes’ key advantage: the ability to schedule and run containers across a group of machines, be […]

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Network Policies in Kubernetes

Network Policies In Kubernetes

One of the important parts of the Kubernetes is security. Network policies are Kubernetes resources that control the traffic between pods. Kubernetes network policy lets developers secure access to and from their applications. To find out all about Network policies in Kubernetes Check out the blog at https://k21academy.com/kubernetes29. The blog will cover: ▪️What are Network […]

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Labels and Annotations

Labels And Annotations In Kubernetes

Labels and Annotations are one of the main foundations for Kubernetes. They both provide a way for adding additional metadata to our Kubernetes Objects. Labels are used for grouping, viewing, and operating. Each object can have a set of key/value labels defined. Each Key must be unique for a given object. Annotations provide a place […]

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Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist

Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS): Step-by-Step Activity Guide (Hands-on Lab)

Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) is designed for those who are already CKA Certified and want to move ahead in security. Security is something everyone is concern about. So CNCF has planned to add a new Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) to the growing list of Kubernetes certification programs. To find out all about our […]

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Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist

Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS): Everything You Must Know

Security is the first and foremost thing everyone is concern about. Everything is moving towards containers these days, working with a large crowd needs security as well. So CNCF has planned to add a new Certified Kubernetes Security Specialist (CKS) to the growing list of Kubernetes certification programs. CKS Certification will be available by November […]

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Kubernetes Pods for Beginners

Kubernetes Pods for Beginners

Kubernetes Pods are the smallest deployable unit created and managed by Kubernetes. A Pod is a group of one or more containers, which shares all the Storage and Network Resources. Are you interested to know more about Kubernetes Pods? Check out k21academy’s blog post – https://k21academy.com/kubernetes26 This post covers: – What is Kubernetes Pods? – […]

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