A while back I wrote about how we use Vault in Kubernetes and recently a good samaritan brought it to my attention that so much has changed with our implementation that I should update/rewrite a post about our current setup. Again congrats to Martin Devlin for all the effort he has put in. Amazing engineer….
First off thanks to Martin for taking this from a POC to a product within Kubernetes. When it comes to managing secrets inside Kubernetes, Vault is our go to solution. It is not exposed externally at this time although we have considered it for external workloads. We are working with it in a couple areas…
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