Category: Kubernetes

Using Kube2Iam with EKS

Kube2iam lets you attach IAM roles to running pods in your Kubernetes cluster. Kube2iam is a bit confusing to install at first but is actually trivially easy to use once you understand how it works. This post shows how to get Kube2iam up and running in EKS, first using Helm (to focus on the EKS-specific

Kubespy shines a light on your Kubernetes cluster

The IT landscape is one that evolves rapidly and, when providing a service, one that is very dynamic in meeting demand. Since Google open sourced the Kubernetes project in 2014, it has gained a lot of popularity as a solution that manages containerized workloads/services, allowing for scalable configuration and automation. Kubernetes does a great job