Secure access to GKE workloads with Workload Identity

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Published on 17 May 2022, 4:00
Introduction to securing cluster access →

What authorization types are available for GKE? How do you manage access to your GKE workloads at the cloud and cluster levels? Workload Identity is the recommended way to access Google Cloud services in a secure and manageable way. In this episode of GKE Essentials, Kaslin Fields discusses how to simplify access management for Kubernetes workloads with Google Cloud Workload Identity. Watch along and learn how to secure your GKE clusters!

0:00 - Intro
0:33 - Authorization types in GKE
0:45 - Cloud IAM role
2:22 - Kubernetes role-based access control
3:11 - Service accounts for Kubernetes and Google Cloud
4:13 - What is Workload Identity?
5:07 - How to deploy Workload Identity
5:51 - Wrap up

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