Full session (30 minutes)

We’ve all experienced it: you’re working on a task, adding some code, and then you need to store some sensitive configuration value. It could be an API key, client secret or an encryption key ― something that must be kept secret. And this is where things get messy. Kubernetes has a promise to simplify this process by using the native secret object, which, as the name implies, can be used to store secrets or sensitive configurations. Unfortunately, Kubernetes secrets are imperfect. But no need to worry ― there are solid tools for storing secrets securely on Kubernetes platform. Join me for this session to learn how to develop a Kubernetes application that can keep a secret ― for real.

Omer Levi Hevroni