Role-based access from the cluster to other Azure resources can be explored when enabling secure connections from the AKS environment to the ACR container registry, but often you want to programmatically control resources in a Kubernetes environment. This video shows how to add a local service account and a policy to allow the helm application to deploy applications into the AKS Kubernetes environment.
- [Instructor] So in our chapter directory here … we can do an ls … and we have an RBAC file, RBAC.md, … and an RBAC manifest. … And we're going to talk about RBAC, … which is roles-based access control. … So we're going to do more on RBAC.md. … And really the reason that we want … to talk about roles-based access, … is that we want to install Helm. … And Helm is a very powerful tool … for helping us manage application lifecycles. … It does things like launches our applications, … creates deployment services, ingress et cetera … all based on a Helm template … that describes how these resources … are supposed to talk together, … and it does it in two parts. … There's a command line client … which lets us ask Helm to do things … like deploy or upgrade an application, … and then there's a component … that lives within the Kubernetes environment … called Tiller that actually does the work … it does that automation … by talking to the Kubernetes APIs for us. … In order for these two pieces to work, though, …
- Deployment models
- Scaling AKS workers
- Setting up nodes
- Using labels to select pools
- Creating storage classes
- Networking options and capabilities
- Load balancing and ingress
- Managing AKS deployments
Skill Level Advanced
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Learning Azure DevOpswith Jose Miguel Rady Allende1h 29m Beginner
Continuous Delivery with Azure DevOpswith Paul Hacker2h 7m Intermediate
What you should know2m 54s
1. Kubernetes on Azure
2. Scaling AKS Workers
3. AKS Storage and Networks
4. Managing AKS Deployments
Next steps1m 14s
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