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Video: AWS IAM Role on Kubernetes with kube2iam [Bufferdevs Snackchat]

May 14, 2018 0 min readWorkplace of the future

At Buffer we invest heavily on Kubernetes. Since we use AWS as our cloud provider, getting services the right permission usually means having AWS keys/secrets in Kubernetes manifest files. In this SnackChat Steven walks through the steps of using kube2iam to eliminate the exposure of AWS keys/secrets.

kube2iam: https://github.com/jtblin/kube2iam

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