Authorization via RBAC

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In order to manage the resources inside a Kubernetes cluster, you will need to have the right permissions. This lesson will demonstrate how to use Kubernetes role-based access control (RBAC) to create roles and bind them to both user and service accounts.

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Learning Objectives

  • Create Kubernetes service and user accounts
  • Grant permissions to accounts to modify Kubernetes resources
  • Access GCP resources from your GKE cluster

Intended Audience

  • Engineers who want to deploy applications on a Kubernetes cluster
  • People who want to get GCP certified (eg: Professional Cloud Developer)

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of Kubernetes
  • Experience building and deploying containers
  • Complete the “GKE Services and Network Policies Lesson” lesson
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